Setiabudi Palace Hotel
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... pay anyway, but I am glad she offered. The car arrived on time, and this is very much a rarity in Asia. This seemed like our luck had turned. Ah! Only if we knew what was in store for us. The car trip started off pretty well. We covered about 60 kms of our 100 km journey in the first hour or so. Then we made a turn on the road that runs parallel to the west coast, and almost immediately ran into traffic. Then the traffic turned slower and slower, until we were ...
... fell off again but we'd already achieved more than we probably thought we would have all day. The snap happy photographer on the beach even caught a picture of both of us stood up on the same wave later on in the lesson. Awesome.
Surfing is seriously tiring so regular rests and water breaks are important- Kuta is pretty hot and you just don't realise how much physical exertion you're putting in until you either completely run out of energy or in our case on day one- you ...
... spent packing and yes - eating.
I have added pictures of the outside of the condo and where I go running and swimming. There is also another new high rise building being constructed which will be connecting to this complex via a sky bridge. There appear to be some old existing concrete support structures still to be excavated. They look like Terra Cotta figurines in PEI soil.
Motorcycle of the Day: Empty Basket (just like Santa’s ...
... you leave the country the customs will take the middle part #1-23 for export part, and will stamp the top part #1-7 on the left side. And so on for the next country with the same procedure.
Everything from the preparation list is carefully arranged in the cars, our home for the next month.
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... you have the old buildings of the VOC ( the united east indian company) is the english translation. This an old dutch company going back to the early 1700's. Indonesia used to be a dutch and british colonie. You can see many of the old colonial buildings in and around Jakarta. The next part of the visit was a trip to the port itself. Here we could see the boats being filled with their "with the hand" cargo or being offloaded. After this sightseeing moment we walked in ...