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... in Bandung made the short walk to our guesthouse. Bandung is sometimes described as "The Paris of Indonesia" online, but we couldn't for the life of us see why. As we weaved our way through the streets the general run down feel of the place was obvious but the people very welcoming and friendly. Doing our usual drop and dash we went on the search for food, planning also to complete a little route around the city. We ate in a Vietnamese restaurant and whilst ...
... fairly ****** off. And we have free time for 2 hours so me and Vanessa go for a massage I fall asleep the facial was heaven..
Later we all meet and dine together, and then a few of us decide to go out explore we find a nice place across the road playing music selling only strong coffee. This was a good evening spent with locals.
Oh on the way home I fall into wet ...
... steep climbs before the end of the day's ride, we passed another solo-cyclist pushing his heavily-laden touring bike uphill, and an hour or so later he stopped and checked into the same accommodation. He was from Darwin and was spending a couple of months cycling round Bali and Java and had a real adventurous approach to his travels. His only map was of the whole of Indonesia, which only showed major roads, and he would just pick a major town or city as his next destination ...
... t help our attention grabbing situation either. The guy is quite the gigantor and decided to change into his newly purchased PERSIB shirt right there and then in front of the stadium. So his shirt came off, phones and cameras took photos and he put on a shirt that was just slightly too tight that it looked more like a wetsuit - it's definitely a good thing he's physically fit, because I'm pretty sure I saw some Indonesian girls swooning over his biceps! (HA!)
During the week long Term Break, Alice the Aussie's twin sister Erin came down to Bandung by train to hang around town with us. We went shopping along Dago to the factory outlets and had dinner at Porto as per usual. It was a relaxing and fun week, but near the end of it we went to Pasa Baru with Sean, a fellow teacher.
Pasa Baru refers to a building that was constructed by the city for shopping and trade. It's not a mall, just an indoor marketplace. However, this has ...