Royal Safari Garden Resort & Convention
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
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... the bus stays with you throughout the stops. Apparently, Jakarta is known for its myriad of shops, malls,supermarkets...each featuring slightly different goods. The tour will visit some of the famous areas and 'not-so-famous' areas (?)...and haggling is part of everyday life here!! Sounds exciting!!!..tbd... I'll finish this post trip...and hopefully get lucky with dock/terminal wifi?? Touring Jakarta / shopping.. 3 stops...4 - including the parking lot drive in to ...
... we headed to the temple. Borobudur was built in the ninth century and is the most important temple in the world for Buddhist pilgrims, with thousands making the journey to the sight each year. This stunning temple lay hidden beneath volcanic ash and jungle growth for many years and was rediscovered in the 19th century. It was stunning and we were excited to walk up the steep steps to explore the bell shaped 'clocks' on the top. We then went to see the famous ...
... That's what I feel with dad's family. My uncle wanted to buy a new laptop but they didn't sell it so we decided to go to Plaza Senayan. We , split up once we got there, to be honest, the mall was exquisite but it was just like any other malls in London, just a bunch of shops. I went to Charles and Keith to look for a bag for lebaran but couldn't find ...
... names are Florenzia, Geby and "Friendy"... not sure how to spell that last one.
I let Geby "steal" my camera and these are the photos she took. She thought the video button was the photo button so I have a lot of videos of them just posing. Ha. ...
... recommend one place to visit; the old town. By the way the old town sucked- I ate a peanut in some meatball sauce which looked as appetising as my subsequent throwing up by the side of the road. You would think I was out of place but my perfumed vomit only served to meld with the general Jakarta atmosphere. We did, however, meet some really friendly locals, who wanted to talk to us ...