Grand Royal Panghegar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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Tangkuban perahu Left the hotel at ard 730. Took around 1.5 hrs to get to tangkuban perahu. The entrance fee on weekdays is 200,000 and 300,000 on weekends and public holidays for foreigners. So we paid 300,000. The view was pretty amazing but be careful of the locals who are selling stuff. Don't show any interest of you don't intend to buy any or they'll end up following you around. Other than that, it's quite safe. Wanted to stop by the floating market on the ...
... was pretty chill. We reached the airport at around 11am. We headed for lunch at ard 12pm. After which, we went to check into the hotel and dismissed the driver at about 2pm. We rested in the hotel till about 5pm. Went for dinner & dessert after walking ard. We stayed at Aston Braga hotel which is connected to the Aston Braga mall. Refer to the gallery for the video of ...
... than we had found in Sumatra.
Finally, the last day of our six-day block of riding came, and it was an interesting one. The morning was absolutely spectacular. Most of the early riding was off-road on an incredibly rough track with lots of loose rocks and gravel, but the scenery was stunning. There were tea plantations in all directions, with volcanic mountains as a backdrop. The tea plantations are so immaculately maintained that from a distance it looks like topiary, and ...
... treacherous-looking track, I decided to soak my feet in one of the hot pools, while Chisca soaked up the sun. After an unexpected mud foot massage by Sumarna, guaranteed to smoothen skin, we set off on the upward trek out of the crater. After much huffing and puffing (on my part; Chisca set off on a run in preparation for her 10k run on Sunday) we got to the Parkir (carpark) where Devita and Nitta were waiting with the car. After checking out, it was time for lunch - ...
... like a walrus, and it's really easy to be lazy here in Indonesia because everything is done for you. We have drivers and angkots that really do a lot of the easy work for us, but we're also too tired and poor to afford making the effort to a gym. Instead, I decided that early Saturday mornings Alice and I would just take an angkot to Resor Dago Pakar which is the entrance to Dago Resort where our school is. There is a huge hill going down, and then there's a show waterfall built ...