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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of us. So, I knew that it was out of sheer frustration that she was saying this, but it still hurt. I said to her that she should know that if she really wanted to camp, I would do it with her. She peddled back, to say that she thought that we should consider doing it if there was no alternative. We left it at that. We went to the pool, and between naps she was on the iPad looking for places to go to. Although she struggles to be in the present moment sometimes, ...
... as cheap (£12ish a night for a decent double) and far more sociable.
We then made the half hour walk across town to the famous water park: Waterbom. This was always going to be a great day- a major overly touristy attraction for sure, but one that is just so much fun it didn't matter one jot that there were so many other people there. We spent all day at the park checking out every slide, flume and rapid and had a blast. The weather was a perfect thirty degrees, the ...
... and continue to the ancient port of Sunda Kelapa. This is the port of call for the Phinisi schooners that carry cargo including raw materials from Sumatra, Kalimantan, Sulawest and the other islands. These schooners stay in port for about a week for unloading and reloading and then they are off. Very little machinery is used in loading and unloading, with the hard labor done by the poor workers for around $200 a month.
The itinerary for the first leg of the big journey is set up: Malaysia - Thailand - Laos - Cambodia.
Our passports are in the pockets and no visa hassle for Asia. The car has its own passport, Carnet de Passage En Douane (CPD) issued by the Automobile Association of Indonesia. It is very important to have this permit if you travel with your own vehicle. It is usually checked at the borders. Some countries don't ...
... prachtige "Batavia Marina". Een prachtig gebouw dat je terugbrengt naar de tijd van Johan Pieterszoon en kornuiten, maar helaas het gebouw is nog geen 15 jaar oud. De sfeer is er gelukkig niet minder op, maar toch. En weer hop het busje in en door naar de volgende "attractie", de oude stad van Jakarta, hier geproefd van de VOC periode en door het museum geslenterd ........ aansluitend heerlijk geluncht in het even zo mooie "Batavia Café". Heerlijk gegeten, gedronken ...