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... fish farm.
In Bandung we meet Regina who takes us to see puppets... then we visit a hotel..then we go to a mall for food and free time...then we tip Regina... we go to our hotel and then we have to tip the driver!!!!!!! This is an absolute joke so far. Todd suggests 20k to tip so in one day we tip £4 each a total of £32 as there are 8 of us.
Needless to say the group ...
... a local food style - Sundanese. Anya who came to NZ and met us, came for the day with his daughter.
The journey home included a visit to Roy and Tania's main home. (We were staying with them for Easter in a second smaller home, closer and more convenient for the girls' schooling)
Next day we walked to a nearby restaurant for breakfast. A feature was yellow rice, which Chris tried - but this place was stocked full of sweet treats and I tried about 8 of them. ...
... bar crawl. Each place was better than the last, culminating in a rather atmospheric pool room with drinks on tap. There were some suspiciously looking scantily dressed ladies on a couch, one of whom fell asleep, and one came up to us and asked whether she could sing us a song (one particular Prince song came to mind). After turning her away, the pool began; the games were fun and competitive and we finished with a game of nine ball. It was my first time and I ...
... By the time we'd made our decision, the mother had relocated the kittens (probably while we were at work) and the problem was solved for us.
We think that because our neighboring house was doing very noisy construction at all hours of the day, and Kyle and I moving around the house in full view of the kittens, that the mother thought it wasn't so good a setup anymore. It's too bad though, because I was so keen on adopting a kitten.
This is how we come to ...
... air grills and fire pits. You can watch them and everything. You could even choose the lobster or crab you wanted, the fish or shrimp, and watch them cook it. AND they had a live band! and since we were the only ones in the restaurant on a Tuesday night, the guy just sang to us!
AWESOME holiday! It was sad to say goodbye to Lee and Erin, but Kyle and I are hoping that we can get them over to Canada for a Christmas. Who knows? We've already stolen Alice for Xmas 2013!