The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Mega Kuningan
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business trip 9/11~9/16
Today, Jakarta is cloudy but we are so excited about it. This will be our first experience to visit the Museum Fatahillah.
I'm sitting at the pool right now. Cigarette in one hand, pen in the other, soaking up the last rays of light coming through the haze of Jakarta's ever present smog. A mixture of car fumes, kerosene stoves, burning rubbish on the side of the road, and industries on the outskirts of the city, all contributing to the murky skyline of Indonesia's …
Not much to see in Jakarta, except the hotel you're staying in! Jakarta has been in the news quite often lately but certainly not for the tourist sights (i.e. hotel bombings). When political chaos reigns the streets can be packed with protesters and idealists fighting the corrupt political system. Once things cool down, expats can show their faces …
Spent 10 glorious days in Bali. Arrived and went to our hotel in Jimbaran Bay, staying at the Ritz Carlton. A very swish establishment, one of the few Aussies there, they were all rich Americans and Japanese, felt very out of place!. This was more a relaxing holiday than a doing anything holiday. Just spent the days lazing around the hotel pool, …
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This is the most cozy place in Jakarta. I will go back here again.
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