Sepa Island Resort Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSepa Island Resort Hotel Jakarta
Nice Place, very good sightseeing and relax, suitable for overyone who want to take their vacation.... and paradise for divers
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... heat, trying to acclimatise, not to much success because having only walked a short distance we were all gasping for a drink. We stopped by a small cafe along the road gbearing in mind that everything lives here outside in what looks like old sheds,shackels and other self made huts or tents) after our refreshing bottle of water we wandeld further. Still in the port, having wandeld a bit further we came across "Batavia Marina", A beautiful building that takes you back in ...
... and heat so we weren't looking forward to the day ahead of us. Around midday, we were finally feeling awake and prepared to hit the city. We jumped in a taxi to Kota, the old town of Jakarta. We were surprised to hear our taxi driver spoke such good English and gave us lots of advice. He dropped us at Batavia cafe. We weren't expecting much from looking at the exterior of the cafe, but it was pretty spectacular inside. The colonial decor reminded me of Raffles hotel ...
Having established that there are no 'must see' sights in southern Sumatra decided my best option was to fly from Padang straight to Jakarta. Booked a Lion Air flight for £31.50, and also splashed out 45,000 INR on a shared taxi from Bukittinggi straight to the airport thus bypassing Padang altogether. The flight (2 hours) was scheduled to leave at 12:55pm but unfortunately it was delayed by 1hr 20mins, then i had to wait about half ...
... We spent time at Starbucks reading, using the internet, and walking around the mall before grabbing a bite to eat and returning back to our hotel. With an early morning start for our train ride tomorrow, we were eager to get some rest.
Sunday morning, our trip to Yogyakarta took 8 hrs. This train was nicer than the one we took months ago to Chiang Mai. Though the train shook, I was able to use the squatting toilet without fear of being knocked ...