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... It's like that puzzle game where you have to unlock the red car from it's space by moving other cars. The only thing hindering us to getting to the car were the people still trying to get our picture. It was crazy because people inside were still rioting, people outside were throwing rocks and yet there are the fans who are just enjoying themselves and seeing white people to get pictures with. The moment one person asked Kyle for a picture, another 20 showed up and ...
After trawling through a huge indoor market in Jakarta, we headed to the train station destined fot Bandung to see the upturned boat crater.A first class ticket for this 3 hour, 200km trip was roughly the same price as two frappacino's from the station's Starbucks, where we waited for our train to arrive, which seems a bit of a steal.We arrived at our destination at 9pm with ...
... vibrant colours of flowers and plants, being grown on a commercial scale by virtually every house and building along the route.
We were informed that the volcanic soil was so rich that no fertilisers were ever needed, other than dressings of rice husks, which were provided free by the Government as everyone belonged ...
... a sheet of stickers you would have to cut out yourself. There were some larger stickers, so Kyle and I bought a big sticker of the local soccer team, the Bandung Vikings (pronounced vee-kings here). They also had some great souvenirs like scarves, hats and keychains for the soccer team. It was neat to see and I thought that would be a neat souvenir for family back home.
We were tired and had walked a considerable amount to get around and the sun had sucked quite a bit ...
... I got to go Dago Shopping with Alice and the Aussie Fam! I grabbed a cab from my house and jetted to the Anggrek Shopping Hotel that was attached to Riau Junction. Then off we went!
I felt bad for Lee, it was quite the sensory overload for her. It was her first time in Indonesia, and just walking along the street or crossing the street was a bit of an ordeal for her. Don't get me wrong, it's taken some getting used to just to cross the street, but I'm kind ...
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