Cihampelas Hotel 2
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... fairly ****** off. And we have free time for 2 hours so me and Vanessa go for a massage I fall asleep the facial was heaven..
Later we all meet and dine together, and then a few of us decide to go out explore we find a nice place across the road playing music selling only strong coffee. This was a good evening spent with locals.
Oh on the way home I fall into wet ...
... the shopping haven in Java. Our hotel is in an excellent location, surrounded by factory outlets selling clothes, shoes and bags, although care must be taken given the majority of labels are fakes.
Lunch consisted of more Indonesian Nasa Gorang and noodles, therefore we ventured further for dinner and opted for a western restaurant, beautifully set on a hill top overlooking the lit skyline of Bandung city. Another exciting day in Bandung awaits us ...
I gunned here continuously in excess of 85km/hrs and reached “some” “random” junction at 1830. The GPS and the phone said I was on track to Jakarta. But all I could see were two roads going perpendicular to one another and in pitch dark environ. No lights, no cars, no bikes and no legged living organisms, albeit a police outpost (that’s always there in horror movies which portray misfortunes while traveling on lonely dark roads in ...
... up and down the street in the hopes that he'd changed places, Sean just called and found out the guy just didn't come in to work that day. Sean was a little irked because he had scheduled a meeting with the guy, but I guess thing happen. In any case, we got to walk up and down the street which was full of great shops. There was a place that sold huge quantities of stickers. In fact, if you wanted to buy any stickers you had to purchase 100 of them at a time, and even then it ...
... home are absolutely essential for us. Little things are triumphs here! Knowing how to say "go straight through the gate and turn left" is pretty impressive. I can even ask people to repeat what they've said, to apologize and to bargain with vendors for the price I want. It's all getting there, and I'm happy that I've at least managed through it.
The taxi situation here is pretty sucky, though. We know that certain places suck for taxis and we have ...