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So I survived the 45 hours bus trip to Java. I was dropped at some bus terminal outside of the city center of Jakarta. Advantage of big cities is that, beside tourists busses, there's always local transport. So took a cheap local bus to the heart of the city. Again, I was having trouble finding cheap accommodation, preferentially a dorm. I found mainly two- person rooms, too expensive, and unnecessary. The only dorm I found in the "backpackers street" seemed weird, but was the ...
... then got in another taxi to head back to the hotel. Upon arriving back and relaxing for a bit we went downstairs to meet Hugo, one of the pilots who went and picked up his license and turns out was leaving the next morning at 6:40am! Ouch. He filled Rick in on what the experience was like and left rather quickly to pack.
At the time we thought our time in Tangerang would be limited so we went to bed early and got up early so we could have lunch with Jake across the ...
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# of trains: 145
# of flights: 10
# of ferries: 3
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... late arrival and, once we had waited for our bags, did not merge from the airport until 23.00. Thankfully the buses were still running and had not stopped running at 19.00 as Lonely Planet says. This meant a 50,000 journey to Gambir Station in the centre rather than a taxi fare of up to 160,000. We had a short walk from here to Jl Jaksa (15-20 minutes) where we found many of the places to be full. Luckily, a man called to us that he still had ...
The following pictures are from the trip from Bengkulu to Jakarta.
It involved a 24 hour coach journey through often dense jungle, from time to time following the coastline.
A highlight was catching the ferry across from the island of Sumatra to Java. As the sun rose, many passengers produced fishing rods and tried their luck in the waters below.
Unfortunately my camera was liberated from me on a bus in Indonesia's capital ...