Banana Inn Hotel & Spa
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... The minibus is much smaller than what we consider a minibus to be in the UK, in fact probably a large car would be better to describe it. With three school bus seats in the back and one in the front next to the driver, the maximum capacity for the vehicle was ten - this of course meant nothing as 16 of us were bundled in! The bus only leaves when full, fortunately we were the 13/14th to arrive so didn't have to wait long. Up close and personal and I sat on a stool ...
... our backpack we jumped into our private car with Ali our guide and his driver Judie prepared to show us everything on our dream list. It couldn't have worked out better as Ali was quite knowledgable in the Dutch history of Bandung and somehow took us to The Grant Hotel Resort where I remembered visiting as a small child with my aunts and uncles. The entrance and the swimming pool were still the same and I ...
... in Jakarta. So, even though I started on the road to Puncak, the GPS made me take some turn that got me back on that dark and lonely road – yeah it was an adventure. RIGHT!
Luckily, this detour brought some cars and trucks and bikes to that lonely road. So I had the machine, and I had company which is why I had the confidence to hurl her into corners at that speed. If anything happened to me, atleast someone would spot me. And medical kit was anyway in my saddle ...
... cab fares...we decided we'd make a morning of it. We got a taxi and had him stay with us for the entire thing.
We decided to go to Porto first - one of our all time favourite restaurants, because it's all about world class cusine and features menus from around the world each month, and even though it's a little more expensive than other restaurants we go to, for the quality of food we are getting, we would pay triple or more that price if at home. Porto is always ...
... go see Expendables 2 again and then to the 'Cassandra' store, but the traffic was so horrendous that we decided just to PVJ would be in order, and it's a good thing we decided on that because the traffic was obscene.
What normally takes us 30-40 min took us an hour, and it was so busy. By the time we reached PVJ it was 8:45pm so we just picked up some groceries, went to dinner at a beautiful Japanese cherry blossom restaurant and then we went back home.
The journey home ...