Galeri Ciumbuleuit Hotel & Apartment
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Finally a family gathering at Roy and Tania's house where most of the relatives we had met last year came for a BBQ dinner. I had to cook the maple syrup pancakes once again!!!
No, there's more. We had asked about art galleries! Roy is well connected and took us to a friend of the architect who designed his home. This man had used the same architect to design his home and boutique hotel which was really an art galllery with accommodation. Every ...
... road topped out and gradually descended through beautiful tea plantations and then a huge rubber tree plantation. It was a nice, easy day's cycling and ended in a place called Turtle Beach. We stayed in villas on a resort right on the beach and the beach cafe had fantastic views across the ocean. Unfortunately it was the wrong time of year to see the turtles that nested at the nearby sanctuary from which the beach took its name. The hotel had a cockatoo that was let out of its cage ...
... accepted this invitation. They drove me back the scenic route and all it cost me was having to pose for photos. My height is something of thing here.....
With them dropping me off on the outskirts of Bandung, The then turn to me and tell me thank you and then present me with a braclet, For all my readers who have met me, you know what they mean and represent. The count is now 25.
Indonesia is constantly suprsing me, everyday I think ...
... a home. Coming home to a clean house where our house cleaner really appreciate our Canadian Nice-ness, is also a bonus feature.
Life has plateau-ed here a bit because we've had to really tighten our purse strings so that we can afford to go to Bali and Komodo in June, and to go home in December for Christmas and a 'momentous event.' We haven't had a lot of money to spend around, so most of our money is spent on groceries or put straight into savings.
... harassed by cab drivers trying to convince me I’d been waiting too long or my ride wasn’t coming so I should let them drive me. They were sooooo relentless that eventually I told them that they may not have noticed that I have a mouth to speak with and if I wanted a cab I’d ask for one but in the meantime they could “get out of my ******n face”. Once safely away from the hyena cabbies and ...