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... enough. The vast array of fabrics and colours was a great experience, however I wouldn't recommend spending more than 30-45 mins here.
Next stop was the amazing volcanic crater, Tangkuban Perahu. The smell of rotten eggs was overwhelming yet worth tackling given the stunning view. The various shades of colour along with the crater centered on a backdrop of beautiful greenery was breathtaking. We walked down a narrow ...
... walk from the train station. Bandung is a very modern city, so is very crowded and it being New Years Eve I had raised my expectations of finding the party and seeing the New Year in with style.
Checking into my hostel, (100,000 for a dorm bed), by the way cheap places to stay don't really exist in Bandung. So this is one of the better rates you will get. Once you spend a few hours here, you will appreciate one its very clean, two it has ...
... indonesian breakfast, it was a mix of chicken, rice, porridge, peanuts, shrimp crackers and all covered in sauce... did not taste very good...
Went to a big shopping mall that had an indoor themepark. The rollercoaster was really good. In the themepark people were more excited to see us than the rides, they lined up to take photos of us and posing with us. Victor even got dragged up on stage during a kidsshow...!
... We started to walk, enjoying the view, the air, and then I caught a flying fox up there with my eyes. I asked him to go with me and ride that, but he said he didn't want to. So, finally, I rode that flying fox by myself. It wasn't a long one to ride, but it was enough to start the play day!
After I finished flying fox-ing, we walked again, taking photos here and there. Then I rode a horse, by myself ...
... with his fearsome beard and tattoo-clad body, is more like some Barbarian chief than charming Canadian teacher. So people would take pictures with their camera or their phone when he walked by, or they would just stare. One woman tried to be all non-challant and walked by and squished his bicep. Yeah, they’re like that.
It seemed like no matter where we went or what photo-op we cam up with, there were Indos taking pics or just plain staring. It was a ...