The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Mega Kuningan
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This is the most cozy place in Jakarta. I will go back here again.
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... cuisine, sports facilities, a dive, spacious cottages and emerald green water with pristine white sand beaches give you the opportunity to touch the tropical perfection.
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... volcano, which is monitored constantly, before visiting.
To get there, it took a three-hour car ride from Jakarta, and then a 2 1/2-hour boat ride. One of our boat's engines stopped working on the way there, which is actually a big deal in a choppy, windy, rough sea, with storm clouds on the horizon. For more than an hour there, I was getting seriously nervous, thinking this was one adventure too many, when the boat was making slow progress, the waves getting higher, and ...
At last, fasting month is over! My cousin's birthday today! We were invited to go to dinner at Citraland. We met up with Bude Rina, his mum, nice to see her, been a long time. The restaurant was nice, not that fancy but had a good time. The restaurant was called a Chicken Story, the chicken was really nice, very salty and delicious! To be honest I wouldn't recommend the restaurant as most dishes on the menu ran out, something to with the government not paying money to its ...
... immediately when I arrived at the hotel. We decided to go to Old Town to view the sites. It took forever to find a taxi or even the concierge found it hard to wave down one. There were plenty of those Bajaj (motor bikes) or Becaks or what we call tuk-tuks in Thailand. I find them cute but not much practical if you need to go far. Prefer to avoid them at all costs as they are not great for the lungs in traffic but in some cases I can see that they can get to your destination ...
... the slow, meandering vehicle ahead, tries to slow down to accommodate our sedate pace again only changing lanes when inches away. It would only take one slight hit and I know that this disease riddled excuse for a car will give up the fight and disintegrate upon impact.
"Don't look back there," I tell Emily, "It's horrible."
I face the front never looking back, as, for the first time, I do actually fear for our safety.
Jakarta, I will never come back.