Rumah Asri Guest House
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Today was a very active, productive and memorable day in Bandung and outside the city's surrounding areas. First stop was Pasar Baru, a clothes market spread over eight floors. I have seen some good fake garments in my time within Asia, however these were simply shocking. It was interesting to see the way in which many people here attempt to make a living, but also sad to know the level of competition is likely to ensure many ...
... the $60 fee. Plastic card failed, but I spotted Tania waiting for us, and she lent us the money.
At their home Tania had a surprise for us - she had asked a friend to do a portrait of us from a photo I had sent!
A rest, then off for Japanese food for lunch, then to a performance of the local instrument - Angklung, - see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z50_c4pp fug
Great show with excellent audience participation. We had to go down on the floor and dance with ...
... plantation. Tata, my trusty driver and his cohort on the other bike didn't communicate to us very well that we had arrived at the place we were going to, as we almost missed the opportunity to stop there altogether. Anyway, we saw it and it was quite unremarkable, but at least we saw it.
Back at the hotel, I booked my room in Yogya, and we took a cab to the outrageously decadent Bandung supermal; this is how the other half of Indonesia lives. There ...
... house because she wouldn't be able to travel with the kittens. We also decided that during this whole trapping scheme we would adopt one of the kittens (the smallest one) and keep it ourselves. We'd raise it and possibly even bring it with us to our next contract and eventually back to Canada.
Well as they say, 'the best laid plans of mice and men'....despite the fact that we'd enlisted the help of our favourite driver, Asep the Awesome, we stopped seeing the kittens and ...
... t help but sing along. Then she taught us the hand signals that the conductor and teachers give so that students pay attention for when they see their hand signal and play the note. Then it was full on music time! We played a lot of fun songs, and Kyle and I actually had a lot of fun doing it.
After the angklung, we went with our driver, Jojo, to Bali Seafood for dinner! That was fantastic! You just choose the seafood, choose the sauce and they cook it ...