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Travel Blogs from Bandung
... of happiness. The performance ended and it was back to the hotel from there. With an hours free time before dinner I fiddled around on wifi. Now dinner was interesting. Our group heading to a local restaurant where we were told we would have many small meals placed on the table from which we could choose. Some of these meals included dried cows lungs, curried brains and curried liver, dried beef and chili, beef rengang, (whole) squid curry and mixed spiced vegetables just to name ...
... showers, three the DVD collection and finally all the guests here are more talkative, there is something about this place that makes people interact. The rooms have a/c and the owners are very helpful and kind and can give you tips about the rest of Indonesia and Bandung.
So arriving into the hostel I asked if there were many guests staying in the hope that we could find the party together. Sadly no-one was around at this time. So with the ...
... dance halls, pubs and beautiful houses dotted the city. We did see the governer's house, which was supposed to be more important but the dutch queen at the time told them they couldn't move the governorship to Bandung, despite the fact that they had built a palace without her orders or knowledge.
We did get to see an Angklung preformance, done by an organization that promotes Angklung music and education. Thus, the preformance was run by teenagers ...
Fred was on the wooden window and door frames throughout the house.
Fred was on the clean dishes in the cupboards and drawers.
Fred was on the desks in the front room.
Fred was on the closet doors, both inside and out.
Quite frankly, Fred had moved in while Kyle and I were out for the month!
Now I've always grown up with a dehumidfying machine in the basement, but there's no luck finding one of those here. Everytime you ...
... who was with us. Pitchai was wrangling Banks, while I got Kyle.
We walked up the street and managed to eventually flag a cab after having to pass through groups of guys sitting by the road. That made me feel a bit uneasy, but it was all fine in the end.
There was no way I was going to stick Kyle or Banks in the front seat with the driver, so Pitchai say shot gun, and I literally squeezed into the back with the other two. It was so tight in the back that I ...