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... path to gain a better view and a more peaceful surrounding, i.e. away from the various market sellers. This was our first glimpse of what is likely in store over the next few days.
On the way back to the hotel we stopped off at the floating market. Although not the magnitude and buzz we witnessed in Thailand, it was a very peaceful setting and a beautiful area to walk around. We stopped at an area where various ...
... heading in that direction. He never had any idea how long it would take him to reach that place and would just cycle until around 2pm each day and then start looking for somewhere to stay. The previous evening, exhausted by the hilly terrain, he'd ended up having to knock on the door of houses in a remote village and ask to stay the night on their floor through the international language of mime. His original plans to camp some nights had been somewhat scuppered by the fact that, as ...
08:00am : -breakfast at hotel. -went to train station to buy ticket back to Jakarta tomorrow. -price is Rp90,000 for first class. 10:00am : -shopping at Pasar Baru Trade Center. -ate lunch at the food court here. -better ask the price for the food before you ordered it. 12:15pm : -catch a cab to Jalan Dago where it full of factory outlet. -you can get a branded brands with low price. 07:15pm : -catch a cab to Paris Van Java. -drink Starbucks. 08:30pm : -back to hotel and ...
... br> I reached Kawah Putih, after a little meal (noodles and orange juice; was fasting that day – so no meat…duh!). when I say I reached Kawah Putih here, it means I reached the parking lot where you leave your motorcycle and take a public transport (foto 13) called Angkot to reach the lake. In terms of Indian equivalent, these are like massive vans, but as much as the Auto Rikshaws we have in terms of quantity and irritability; oh and yeah, more polluting, and ...
... than either of us thought we would. The tarps of the stalls makes good shelter from the sun and is noticeably a few degrees cooler compared to the sun.
After the cooking supply store we went to an electronics centre that was pretty impressive inside with lots of air conditioning. Very cool but nothing Kyle and I needed.
Walking through the streets, it felt a lot more third world. Buildings were significantly more dilapitated and the streets looked like they'd ...