Hotel Sahid Jaya Lippo Cikarang
Travel Blogs from Jakarta
Eventually we decided that it was late enough to try finding ourselves somewhere to stay, and walked the length of the backpacker region while trying to work out if we could get a bajaj (Indonesia's tuk-tuk) and drive it home when we finished travelling. Instead, having looked at a few hotel rooms, we followed first a signpost and then a small child to Andito's Home stay. This turned out to be cheap and clean, and the ...
I read that there wasn't much to see or do in Jakarta but I thought I should spend one day here. I spent exactly 24 hours here. I landed at 10am and left next day at 10am. There isn't much for tourists to see or do in Jakarta. Freedom Square was the only site I visited. It happened to be a Sunday which was good because the square takes on a carnival like atmosphere on ...
... to a bar for some drinks to calm our nerves from the urban jungle after being in the green jungle. Bad mistake.
A crazy night out dancing and drinking in a bar full of pimps & ho's, expats & pro's, touts & ...
... and is quite a fan of the place. He explained how he does much more in Indonesia with far less resources than pretty much any other JUSMAG in SE Asia.
I got his permission to go to Halmahera, as well as to take Hosanna and the kids there. He just warned me that it's a wild place out there at times, and to take precautions to guard our safety. He is excited for this opportunity for me, and hopes that FAO ...
... In addition I can
teach meditation techniques to kids in schools to learn them how to
have more control of their emotions. Taking care of our children is
the most important in a civilization. If this isn't enough to create
ca$h, I can teach meditation and auto-hypnosis in companies to help
them increase their productivity. For example, at my last job if
everybody made a 10 minute meditation all together 3 times a day,
people would be more focused ...