Cihampelas Hotel 2
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... and that, a pair of carved Japanese dragons, rugs from Iran, still more large paintings. Then a long social chat sitting at a courtyard table. We were mixing with hoi poloi! A charming couple, well-travelled (though not yet to NZ)
Easter over, it was time for the girls to go back to school and for us to move on. Sad farewells then we were off to the train for an 8 hour trip to Yogyakarta, with plenty of food for the journey from the ever-thoughtful and generous Tanya.
... to pass off as Indonesian and had to pay the (higher) tourist entrance fee. We acquired an 'official guide' and set off on our hike through the woods to Kawah Domas. It was about 1.2km downhill, with many photo op stops - our guide (whose name was Sumarna and who told us he's 62) was very enthusiastic about showing us various trees (including the amazing batik tree), edible roots and multihued mushrooms. He was also very enthusiastic about getting us to hang ...
... did decide to go to Ciwalk to the Premiere theatre to see 'Iron Man 3' which was really nice. The theatre is unreal, like a millionaire's private screening room. There are only 2 theatres and one of them holds only about 25 people and the other only about 20. I had to go in advance just to buy the tickets because you can't buy them online or too far in advance and they could sell out pretty quick for those who have the App on their phone. In any case, we had reclining sofa ...
Breakfast was a late and relaxing one. Eggs on toast with a hot tea.
I spent this morning, waiting for Evin to wake up, posting photos from my iPod to my Facebook. I have decided to upload more photos to Facebook than to here as I am going to buy a camera today at the mall.
Evin woke up and had breakfast and then we were off down the busy streets of downtown Bandung.
Across the train lines and into what I can only describe as ...
... had left a message instructing me to call her when I arrived. So it came as a surprise when, finally reunited with my possessions, I saw a familiar face waiting for me in arrivals. I had not expected Trung (accompanied by her friend Son) to meet me at the airport, instead I was preparing to grapple with the Indonesian telecommunications network. Trung has a great knack for taking the stress out of travelling. No wonder she is a master of tourism management. ...