Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta
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... great new skills. Glenelg is a great place to hone your scuba diving skills. There are plenty of great places that offer top quality scuba gear for hire while also featuring experts who will provide information on where you should go to enjoy the best diving experience. Glenelg also has a selection of great tennis clubs for anyone to go and enjoy a great game. For those with a love for nature, Glenelg also features cycling ...
... 39;Times New Roman'; background-color: transparent; font-weight: normal; vertical-align: baseline; ">Traditional Dress Descriptions: The kebaya is the national costume of Indonesia, although it is more accurately endemic to the Javanese, Sundanese and Balinese peoples. It is sometimes made from sheer material such as silk, thin cotton or semi-transparent nylon or polyester, adorned with brocade or floral pattern embroidery.
... a restaurant supervisor for 3 years. She is now travelling through Asia on her way back home.
Selena and Taliya and are New Zealand and have been travelling for a few months, they are in Asia until July and are then moving to Berlin.
And finally our guide is Sandy, he is from Bali originally and has been working for G-Adventures for over 2 years. He has a huge gecko in his home which he stole from Lombok!
... the phone some random guy gave us. We got off the bus and it was as bad as I read but we insisted we did not want to go anywhere take any tours just get some food and we walked until we found a place far from the crowds to eat. Even here we got another random guy handing us a telephone with a man on the other end selling a very cheap taxi to our destination but you don't book taxis like that which are cheaper than the bus it wreeks of robbery. We had ...
... hotel in 50 minutes - an all-time record according to Shobs. Lunch was at Plaza Indonesia which was just across the road from where we were staying at the Pullman Thamrin. We met up with Shob's former colleagues at Din Tai Fung. Their Jakarta menu is almost completely different from the Singapore one and has Indonesian fare (with much chilli padi), Thai dishes and even Japanese ramen! The chilli oil was ...