Travellers Hotel Jakarta
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... store employee to visit a specialist IT mall here in Jakarta. This was an experience in itself! Again, being the only non-Indonesians in the whole, at least four-storey high, building exploding with stalls selling phones/laptops/you name it, and after lots of questions and several gestures and miming, we finally found someone who could help. Within half an hour, and for a mere 35 pounds, my Wifi chip and power button had been replaced. I could have cried over those ...
... Penny, Mbak Desi, she was the one who wanted to help me find a job as an English teacher as she's ine herself. I told her I'm more enthusiastic in working with Pade Buce in Bali. I just clicked thinking that she's his daughter. I had no idea how big my mum's family is. They are, I could say well off as they were married to rich men, but so down to ...
... ticket window but the lady did not speak any English. We were now holding up a long queue of people trying to get the bus home from work. Fortunately, the lady behind us in the queue told us what bus to take and where to get off. We crammed onto the bus again and Jim was told off for being in the ladies only area! We finally got off the bus, made our way to our hotel and finished the evening with a spot of dinner on the plastic seats with the locals. We had full bellies, ...
point, and possibly my lowest point, I was having severe doubts about life. Is
what I am doing the right thing? Should
be at home with a 9-5 job like most of my friends? Should I be spending
all this money? Should I live a stable lifestyle in one place and not dream and
have such high ambition as I do? Is the path I am walking the right one? And so
on. I had had a hardcore day of
meditation and many tears came flowing down my face as ...
... Then we rode to the beach and just walked around the beach, see what interesting and taking pictures. For your information, the government charged all bikes that are parked on the beach parking lot and cost Rp. 2.000,-.
On the first day we were just biking to the beach and have to walk around the small Tidung Island, which is connected with a bridge that many people called the Bridge of Love. We stopped in a small shop by the beach to buy fried ...