Roemahkoe Heritage Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the road surrounded by rice and vegetable fields, the air was cool and the locals often waved and said hello. There were a few tough hills to get up and down but I very quickly arrived at a village. Following Sandy’s instructions I kept going straight and checked with a few locals to make sure I was heading in the right direction. Then I arrived at the end of the village and there was no hotel…I asked again and was pointed down the ...
... to told at each one they were full. Personally I was quite pleased because I wouldn't have felt safe in any of them. After trying 4 places, an hour later the driver was near bursting point so with nothing left to do we asked him to take us to the nearest big well known hotel hoping that a more expensive place maybe a little more normal and comforting. So gone midnight he pulled up to a very posh looking glass door entrance to the lobby of ...
... s flavoured milk with egg to thicken it which you can either drink by the road or bring home in a plastic bag. I like honey flavour best.
Martabak comes in two distinct varieties, manis (sweet) or telur (egg). Martabak manis is like a crumpet made of pancake and all my wildest junk food dreams, filled with chocolate, condensed milk, cheese, nuts and/ or banana, folded in half and then buttered. Martabak telur is ...
... right down to fake eyelashes and BLACK eyebrows. >: Hair was next, which I wasn't sure what to expect. But they combed us all into ponytails and then braided our hair into a tight bun...so it could fit under a black hairpiece that looked like a croissant haha. The pieces didn't match us blonder girls very well, that's for sure. After hair and makeup, they got us into the traditional Javanese dance costume as well. A Batik sarong followed by 2 ...
... to 4 point. It was so cute- one of the moms translated that he likes boxing so were were doing punching/ fist bumping with him today instead of just reaching. The most surprising part of the morning was how good Dilla was for me. She played catch, balanced on the ball, and played with the foam blocks for the entire hour without crying. I was kind of proud of myself for entertaining her. I really did not enjoy treating Nadjwa today though. She was in a ...