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Aalborgs flygplats

Ålborgs flygplats (Aalborg Airport, Aalborg Lufthavn) är Danmarks tredje största flygplats med cirka 1,4 miljoner passagerare per år. Flygplatsen ligger väster om Lindholm, 6 km nordväst om Ålborg.

Ålborgs flygplats ägs för närvarande av Ålborgs, Jammerbugts, Rebilds, Brønderslevs, Frederikshavns och Vesthimmerlands kommuner. De dåvarande 13 kommunerna i Nordjylland tog över flygplatsen från staten 1997. Den nuvarande terminalbyggnaden från 2001, ritad av Schmidt, Hammer & Lassen, har sex portar, restauranger, konferenslokaler etc. Den utökades under 2007 och 2010 och utvidgades igen 2011/2012.

Mycket trevlig SAS lounge på vån 2 som ger erbjuder lite snack, fräscha toaletter och gratis internet.

Landvetter airport

Åter på landvetter flygplats för ett kort besök i Ålborg. Flygplatsen är helt täckt med snö efter nattens intensiva snöande.

Bussen ut till planet var full ich de-icing processen av flygplanskroppen var i full gång. 

Hann med kokt ägg med kaviar och en kopp välsmakande kaffe innan boarding. Nu dags för lite avkoppling i flygstolen, sitter vid nödutgången och har gott om benutrymme.

En snöig A319

Stöten -Skidresort

Stöten är den nordligaste skidanläggningen i Sälenfjällen och har också den högsta fallhöjden, 370 meter. Detta ger en storlagen utsikt över flera svenska och norska fjäll. Här finns backar som passar alla skidåkare, allt från mycket lätta, gröna backar till utmanande, svarta pister. För dig som vill ge dig ut i längdspåret finns 45 kilometer längdspår för både klassiskt och skate, varav 3 kilometer är elljusspår. 

trevliga grillplatser i backen
 

   

skidskola för barnen
    
lifttränibg
 
Vid fjällets vänstra del, vid Soltorget, ligger barnområdet Vargys skidland. Här kan du som nybörjare lära dig åka i din egen takt utan att trängas i långa liftköer. I mitten av fjället hittar du Stötens hjärta, Stötentorget. Det är här de flesta aktiviteter och event äger rum. Vid den högra delen av fjället, på Skidtorget, hittar du Sälens bästa skidåkning. Nedfarterna här är för dig som är lite mer rutinerad åkare och som söker fart och utmaning. Alla  backar ligger nära  boenden och det är enkelt att ta sig med lift vart du än önskar. 

  BEST WESTERN Stöten Ski hotel ligger mitt i hjärtat av Stöten på Stötentorget. Här kliver du ut mitt i backen och har nära till allt. Lite längre bort i samma byggnad ligger restaurang Brasseriet där afterskin och nattklubben också finns, Tipi Bar, barnens filmsalong och Ica. Tvärs över torget ligger Vattufjäll med bad, spa, gym, bowling, Kaisers Skidbod och Vargys Take Away.

Jakarta Airport

Jakarta International Airport (Soekarno-Hatta) is the main airport serving the greater Jakarta area on the island of Java, Indonesia.The airport is named after the first President of Indonesia, Soekarno, and the first vice-president, Mohammad Hatta.

The airport is often called Cengkareng by Indonesian. Its IATA code, CGK is originated from the word Cengkareng, a subdistrict located to the northwest of the city.
Jakarta International Airport has 150 check-in counters, 30 baggage carousels and 42 gates. Each sub-terminal has 25 check-in counters, 5 baggage carrousels and 7 gates.

 

Business lounge
  
Departure gate
 

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Indonesian archipelago

With 18,110 islands, 6,000 of them inhabited, Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world. About 240 million people live in this fourth most populous country in the world — after China, India and the USA — and by far the largest country in Southeast Asia. Indonesia also has the largest Muslim population in the world. Indonesia’s population is on course to overtake the US and become the third largest before 2044. In the decade that ended in 2010, population growth remained high at 1.49% each year but there is substantial Muslim opposition to boosting family planning.

Indonesia markets itself as Wonderful Indonesia, and the slogan is quite true, although not necessarily always in good ways. Indonesia’s tropical forests are the second-largest in the world after Brazil, and are being logged and cut down at the same alarming speed. While the rich shop and party in Jakarta and Bali. After decades of economic mismanagement 50.6% of the population still earns less than USD2/day according to figures compiled by the World bank in 2009. This had come down by 6% in the 2 years between 2007 and 2009.

Infrastructure in much of the country remains rudimentary, and travellers off the beaten track will need some patience and flexibility.

Travel by air

Traveling can be stressful, and it’s natural for your patience to wear thin. Lately, however, it seems that travelers patience has been wearing extremely thin, given the recent passenger quarrels over reclining seats. 

These are my findings and recommendations when travelling by air.

Travel light, use small/compact handluggage if have have checked in baggage.

Use electronic documents rather than printed material to save weight.

Look for aisle seat at emergency exit or in the forward part of the cabin.

Use seat advisor/seat guru to locate best sests.

If travelling with Gold/Platinum card, make use of priority boarding and lounge access.

Remember to make books and music downloaded on your devices for offline usage.

Be kind and polite it is always rewarding and dont be afraid to ask for assistance, more coffe or another sandwich.

Java and Indonesian cuisine

Java is an island of Indonesia. With a population of over 141 million (the island itself) or 145 million it is home to 56.7 percent of the Indonesian population, and is the most populous island on Earth. 

Formed mostly as the result of volcanic eruptions, Java is the 13th largest island in the world and the fifth largest in Indonesia. A chain of volcanic mountains forms an east–west spine along the island. Three main languages are spoken on the island, with Javanese being the dominant; it is the native language of about 60 million people in Indonesia, most of whom live on Java. Most residents are bilingual, with Indonesian as their first or second language. While the majority of the people of Java are Muslim, Java has a diverse mixture of religious beliefs, ethnicities, and cultures.

Indonesian cuisine is one of the most vibrant and colourful cuisines in the world, full of intense flavour.It is diverse, in part because Indonesia is composed of approximately 6,000 populated islands of the total 18,000 in the world’s largest archipelago, with more than 300 ethnic groups calling Indonesia their home.Many regional cuisines exist, often based upon indigenous culture and foreign influences. Indonesia has around 5,350 traditional recipes, with 30 of them considered the most importan. Indonesia is home to a large number of mouth-watering foods; from affordable rice, noodle and soup dishes in warungs (local diners) to street-side snacks and top-dollar plates

   
   

  

 

Jakarta-Old Batavia

In 1526, Fatahillah, sent by Sultanate of Demak, invaded the Hindu Pajajaran’s port of Sunda Kelapa, after which he renamed it into Jayakarta. This town was only 15 hectare in size and had a typical Javanese harbor layout.

Located at the mouth of the Ciliwung River in Java , the Old Town of Jakarta was established by the VOC in 1619 after the VOC destroyed Jayakarta under the command of Jan Pieterszoon Coen. A year later the VOC built a new town named “Batavia” after the Batavieren, the Dutch ancestors from antiquity. This city was centered around the east bank of the Ciliwung river, around present day Fatahillah Square. Inhabitants of Batavia are called “Batavianen”, later known as “Betawi” people. The creole citizens are descendants of mixed various ethnicities that had inhabited Batavia. 

 Its 17th century town plan was completed in 1650. In 17th and 18th century VOC had largest volume of trade in the world, governed from Batavia. No colonial town built by VOC matched the grandeur and completeness (military, civil engineering, and urban elements) of Dutch town planning & architecture of Batavia. 

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