Redtop Hotel Jakarta
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... the the conservative muslim garb. There were shops all along the beach side, selling low quality clothes and toys. No matter how adventurous we felt, we could have never tried the food that was being sold in those stalls. As we walked along the beach, we realized that there was no way in the world that she would be able to get into the water in her bathing suit. She really seemed disappointed. All she had been talking about in the car was that she would just like ...
... read and sudoku puzzles have the attention of the rest. My iPad is the only one in here at the moment...but then there is an Internet cafe next door.
Speaking of Internet access, our next port of call is Ho Chi Minh City and we have been advised there are good Internet cafes and reception....but all, or most, social media sites like FACEBOOK or Twitter are blocked by the government. I think it will be interesting to see if I can upload a ...
... After meeting some ex pats here in Jakarta they explained why they love S.E. Asia and living here. The people are amazing everyone even in a huge city like Jakarta are so polite and gracious and seem to be generally happy. They dont rush they take their time. Something us Westerners can learn...from all of S.E. Asia actually. The people, the food is amazing...the pollution needs to be kept in check and they really need help in this dept.
... I have ever had in my life. Maybe the best. And it was wonderful for all six of us to be together. Henri visited his first volcano: Mt. Tangkuban Perahu is a three (or five) hour drive from Jakarta and you can drive right up to the crater and walk around it. We also decided to have a new experience and attempted a “live game” experience. I had no idea what to expect and so taking ...
... the early 1800's (think the Titanic only then can you imaging the interior design), at least thats what we we thought it was until we realised the building was built in the year 2000. That makes it just under 15 yea rs old. Having enjoyed a nice drink. We made our way back to the bus for the next sightseeing attraction " the old city center of Jakarta. In the scorching heat we wandeld around the main square en went inside the old "governers building" or city hall if you ...