Banana Inn Hotel & Spa
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Bidding farewell to Singapore with lots of toast and peanut butter, our last explorations being to a mall close by for changing our leftover monies. Not the most exciting of blogs today! We returned to pack our bags and spent a bit of time planning where we will stay in Indonesia alongside our general route from Jakarta across to Bali, before catching an MRT to the airport. It took about 45 minutes to get there, perfectly in ...
... that it is only two weeks until we're in Australia! 15th December 2014 You could tell we'd booked ahead this time as breakfast was included - toast and eggs too rather than the help yourself bread and jam we'd come accustomed too. The plan for the day was to independently make our way to the volcano north of Bandung, Tanguban Perahu. To get there we would take a public transport minibus (or angker) which would drop us at the entrance to the park on its ...
... that I am familiar with and are pretty basic when it comes to soccer fans.
Flares, fireworks and burning seats - these are things that I was not familiar with and are not very basic for me.
As the game moved on, the Papua team we were against were pretty tough, and seemed to be trained by Italians (yes, I'm referencing their ability to dive and clutch somewhere on their body). This made the game a little slow at times, and it was hard to focus ...
... of the places were closed for the holidays, so it wasn't as bustling as it normally is.
The first place we went to were the fabric outlets. Here you could buy imported fabrics by the roll for discounted prices. Under the guise of buying fabric for Kyle's mother...to which I explained, "I don't question my mother-in-law." we managed to find great copper-coloured satin and a beautiful brown-toned batik. For 10 metres of satin, I paid 150,000 rupiah (= $15 CDN). For the ...
... rate depending on the day of the week, time of day, amount of water coming down and how long it's been coming down for. Finding a taxi is even less likely while out. Alice the Aussie and I have been just playing helpless tourist at hotels so that they'll call a taxi for us LOL
We have managed to get around and about though, so long as we make plans ahead and take into account of benefiting from getting a taxi during good weather and just having him standby while we get ...