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Finally a family gathering at Roy and Tania's house where most of the relatives we had met last year came for a BBQ dinner. I had to cook the maple syrup pancakes once again!!!
No, there's more. We had asked about art galleries! Roy is well connected and took us to a friend of the architect who designed his home. This man had used the same architect to design his home and boutique hotel which was really an art galllery with accommodation. Every ...
... get any better, and every day it gets better and better.
And it just did even more, the owner of guesthouse invited myself and another guest for dinner. I didnt know but Bandung is famous for its frog dishes. So it you want a really good frog dish, try the Swike Kuah - you can get it in the food court.
Until next time folks. By the way, my apologies for any bad spelling or grammar. I rarely have time to review entries.
... lately. Kyle and I have Darcy, who is much like a crack addicted child that we keep forgiving and taking back despite her tendencies for downwards spirals (LOL). She's very cute and affectionate, and then she has other moments where her first instinct is KILL KILL KILL and she just goes crazy. Also, the decorative bars on all the windows have become her jungle gym - it's adorable. In the end though, coming home to a sassing cat with a broken tail who is so cute, makes it feel ...
... it turns out, there was another teacher who plans to go back to Singapore (his home) during the holidays and she was taking some luggage for him now so he wouldn’t have to take it all later, unfortunately he gave her way to much and she hoped that since I only had carry-on luggage I might be willing to take some of it for her… Boy, was she mistaken! To make a long story short, I asked her if she had ever seen Locked ...
... group of 8 police men and security guards. I couldn't believe my eyes and I reached out to tap Evin on the shoulder.
It was the Governor of West Java in the middle of the guards - Ahmad Heryawan!!!
My dreams had come true - and without thinking I approached him and asked for a photo.
He asked me in a very deep and corrupty voice - "How do you like Bandung?"
Evin and I: "Yeah!! It's cool!!"
Governor: "Ok. You can have ONE photo."