- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... closest to the centre. It was amazing and the best thing I did. Everything in the hostel was state of the art.
It was right next to the transjakarta bus stop which are actually convenient as they have their own lane. The owner was really friendly and everyone was really helpful.
From Glodok, I walked in the heat to see Monas which took approximately one hour and then Istiqlal Mosque ...
... jaunty Austrians helped save me. I spent the rest of the day with them and they were pretty funny, in their sarcastic way.
They took me to a park, that we all agreed was no good. Then to the national monument, that we all agreed was monumental. Then to the mall, where I finally got a mosquito net, and we parted ways. Them, for their hotel with pool and me, for Chinatown, where I found a nice little temple and then went home.
My first impression of Jakarta on a night out: Beautiful! Even though it's polluted there's something about the city that makes it beautiful through my sister's car. The traffic is horrendous, seriously, I have no patience driving in London let alone Jakarta. There are more motorbikes than there are cars. So, my first night out. My sister and I went to a restaurant called Mad Cow in Kemang. Mad Cow serves European ...
... minutes later John had a new do. The haircut ended with a neck and arm massage which we thought was a bit strange but apparently is common here. The whole haircut was set to the evening Muslim call to prayer over the loud speakers and then subsequent Muslim readings. It was almost a surreal experience. Katherine (from the very interesting and informative blog http://kandbabroad.wordpress.com/) documented the whole thing for us.
We took a taxi ...
... looked quite happy after their sublime performance. So, remember, don't drink and drive. Or sing.
In the morning, we went sightseeing. We had seen the National Monument when we arrived in Jakarta and we had also walked around the area surrounding Jalan Jaksa, so we wanted to go a bit further. We took the train at Gondangdia station and went to Kota, the old city center. Unlike Gondangdia, which was almost deserted, Kota ...