Pulau Ayer Resort & Cottages

Address: Jl Kh Samanhudi 47-49, Jakarta, Java, 10120, Indonesia | Resort
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This resort, located in the Jakarta Selatan area of Jakarta, is near Kraton (Keraton), Jalan Malioboro, Museum Bank Indonesia, and Kota Gede.
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    Travel Blogs from Jakarta

    Selling at the Market

    A travel blog entry by amazingrace2015 on Jun 13, 2015

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    ... these remote islands quickly became a global interest. Spices were valued not only for their flavor, but also for their ability to disguise spoiled foods, freshen breath, and remedy health problems. Though eastern Indonesia's "Spice Islands" received most of the attention, the country's cuisine, as a whole, developed largely as a result of spice-seeking immigrants. Rice, the country's staple food, dates back as early as 2300 B.C. Ancient meals consisted ...

    Bumping over the Equator

    A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Mar 28, 2015

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    ... on.

    The Captain came on to announce we crossed the Equator at 11:36 am. He also said it was quite common for there to be cloudy weather and rain over the equator...he called it the atmospheric equator as opposed to the Equatorial Trough which the equatorial weather used to be called. And now the afternoon is brightening and the temperature is beginning to rise. So no bump when crossing the equator but a weather change as we move from ...

    Jakarta 12/13th December 2014

    A travel blog entry by pasturesblue on Dec 13, 2014

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    12th December 2014 After a few extra rounds of toast at breakfast we started our journey to our final country in SE Asia, Indonesia. We were picked up and taken to the airport were baggage drop was super quick and we again found ourselves in the waiting room for what felt like eternity. The highlight was that we had two plug sockets to charge two different devices at the same time - a real commodity in Malaysia! When we finally boarded Vicky and I weren't sat next to each other for ...

    It's The Pollution That Gets To You

    A travel blog entry by miss_cegenation on May 11, 2014

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    ... if they're Indonesian themselves) nobody got openly irritated by my terrible attempts to communicate. The openly gay couple who lived in the room next to me attempted to be friendly. But these are all things which are good when you live somewhere. I wouldn't recommend it for a visitor.

    If you get sucked in to going as part of a trip:
    Eat a martabak (from the side of a road, as long as you can see people eating there ...

    Queen Bronwyn

    A travel blog entry by bronwyn.donovan on Jan 30, 2014

    ... highly recommend treat but it is exactly that a treat, $150 later.

    With full bellies it was time to head into the traffic. Today was a particularly interesting drive, watching the world on the street go by. A classic photography moment occurred when a Ute type vehicle full of what I would describe as tradie’s were parked just outside a building called the beer house. Tradie’s are the same the world ...