Aston Braga Hotel & Residence, Bandung
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... feature here is a Mosque. Adjacent to the Mosque is a small park where the locals tend to gather in the evenings. I mingled and conversed with different groups while watching the sun set. Just across the road from here is the Asia Africa Museum and monument. In 1955, a conference was held in Bandung between what was back then, newly formed African states and various Asian nations including Indonesia, Burma (now Myanmar), Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), Pakistan and India. The aim was ...
... the rider kept the motorbike upright on corners.
3. Two people carrying a 15-foot palm sickle over their shoulders. The wickedly-sharp sickle blade on the end of the pole looked like it would risk decapitating anyone unfortunate enough to be walking by the road on any bends.
On the afternoon I stopped for a drink at a shop in a small village and got chatting to a local university student who wanted to practice his English. He was really interesting and gave me a ...
... to a 4 star hotel and is a little above our budget, luckily the receptionist seems to want us to have a deluxe room and comes down 25% in price whilst we are mulling it over. Result, we even have a hairdryer!
That night we walk to find some dinner and end up in a bakery, it's the first place we've been in a while where none of the staff know any English. We must get better at bahasa, the local language.
After dinner we chill and sleep very ...
... singing "We're going on a sentimental journey..." and the dude immediately joined in and the both of them sang the song while strolling down the road. I thought that was so awesome.
After a tour of the original main street of Bandung and more history lessons, he took us to a great little restaurant for lunch. As always, you have to go where it's packed with the locals and this was obviously one of them. Tasty fresh pineapple juice here too. ...
My flight to Indonesia wasn't until the evening, so I decided to spend the day having a last mooch around the city and have Roti Chanai with chicken curry for lunch - my favourite dish I had found whilst in Malaysia.
Unfortunately, this was not the case...whilst enjoying my morning coffee, I suddenly developed tunnel vision and zigzags, a real sign that I was developing a migraine. I had some tablets on me, so took these right away hoping that it would go off. At the same time ...