The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Mega Kuningan
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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This is the most cozy place in Jakarta. I will go back here again.
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I seem to be part of a pretty great and diverse group of people on this tour, there are people from all different walks of life and from all over the world.
Louise is my room mate for the trip. She is the same age as me (we are both being bitter together about turning 30). Louise is from Copenhagen and is a doctor and we seem to be one of the same person!
Rachel is from Philadelphia and graduated university in the Spring last year ...
... before you plan to eat! On our second day in the SMOG, we decided to ride the local bus for ten minutes to the north of the city, to Jakarta's supposed "historic heart", Kota. Kota, meaning 'city' in Indonesian, is the old-Dutch quarter, dating back to its time as the Dutch capital of Batavia. There was a hint of European feel to it, (I was gagging for a good continental square with a few cafes/fountains)... but Kota's main square, Taman Fatahillah, had the life and ...
... My aunt started laughing and said "it's like you've never eaten food before, like you come from a poor village." I just laughed, what else could I say. On the way home, we had a sneak peek of my aunts restaurant, small but nice. It was heartbreaking to see a poor man without a leg begging, so we decided to give him some money, since it was Eid. You know as a good ...
... wait for the train to pass.
What do you hope for, people of the islands? In the small towns of America, in the hills of Appalachia where I am from, those that want to escape this life look to the cities: Nashville, Chicago, New York. Do you also know this wanderlust? Or are you happy staying where you are? Java is the most "developed" island in the country of Indonesia, and yet ...
... too. One of the largest stores for nearly everything is also very close by (Lotte Mart) as well as some other places you can buy DVDs and things (HyperMart) within walking distance. The entire ground level of the apartments are restaurants, laundry services, convenience stores, a bank and a preschool. In addition to all the restaurants (seated restaurants cost about $5/person for a mid-high range place) on the ground level ...