Putri Duyung Ancol
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... I had hoped to do in absence of sightseeing in Jakarta - relax. After lounging for couple of hours, she decided it was time to go to the gym. She also decided that it was time for me to exercise a little bit. So, were in the gym in a little while, on the ellipticals. It has been almost three months since I went to the gym. Although, I have been walking a lot for most of the vacation, still the food and the drinks has ensured that I put on some weight. So, ...
... to feel a bit trapped in it. No travel agents had any sensible suggestions of how to get away from Jakarta soon and reckoned the buses could take up to three days to get anywhere due to the insane Eid traffic on the crumbling roads.
As we searched for a reputable Italian place for dinner that evening (relying on Google Maps again...), we realised we has got ourselves completely lost in a very 'local' neighbourhood not that far from out hotel and that the location we ...
... There are small numbers of the more dangerous, militant followers and the government is very watchful of these groups.
The area was a Hindu Kingdom, surrounded by a Muslim kingdom. The Hindu leaders invited the Portuguese believing they could protect the area. In 1527, the Muslim kingdom expelled the Portuguese. This was said to be the birth of Jakarta. The Dutch were invited to help expel the Muslim Kingdom and they did. The ...
... to wake up the travel coordinator who told me the taxi driver had fallen asleep but was now outside to get me. Unfortunately for the taxi driver I was high on fatigue and when Katy Perry, Firework came on the radio I couldn't help myself....either could he. Cracking night sleep in the Great Banua hotel, highly recommend if anyone ever stumbles through ...
... the locals. At 12:15 we headed to the angkot and ran into the street to catch it. When knew it was a holiday - Good Friday - but we were thinking that since it wasn't a muslim holiday that the locals wouldn't really celebrate it. WRONG. They celebrate every holiday that is acknowledged by the 6 religions accepted here, plus national holidays of course. That creates about 2 months of holidays in one year. haha. Due to this mass closure, the lamb satay place we were going ...