Grand Serela Setiabudhi
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... I am no Steven Spielberg and the recordings turned out to be like the Watergate Tapes (at the time). I am sure the neutrons of the cars exchanged outer electrons we were that close. Well the fact we were driving so fast may have prevented that, even though electrons are used to travelling at the speed of light. I am sorry I do not have video of either drive, although I am ...
... which was cause for much hilarity as our tour guide very confidently told us Pasteur had lived there...we had to consult Google to confirm this amazing fact, only to find no evidence of said residence). We drove through the Dago area with its many factory outlets, interesting little cafes and boutique hotels, though maybe not so French anymore but more a mish-mash of European - many many Casas and Villas. Next stop - lunch at Warong Lela in Lembeng after ...
... The hike is nice in the morning because it's sunny but still fairly cool, and we're up high enough we can kind of look out over Bandung.
Bandung is set like a bowl, we're in a big valley and we're surrounded by mountains from all sides, but it's easy to forget this because the haze often completely covers it that you can honestly not even see mountains. The haze is unreal, it's like looking down on a cloud that's hovering over a city yet you're above it and ...
... up on Red Bull and Cocaine. In any case, I made it back (alive and in one piece) in time to go to bed for 3 hours before getting up at 5 for work. Thursday and Friday went by quickly and I was pumped for the weekend…
On Saturday we made plans to go to the night market and then the bar with a bunch of other teachers from different age groups and backgrounds. The night market was a cool place but as it turns ...
... with Evin, it became apparent to me that I had lost my Australian sarcasm, and whenever Evin was joking, I almost felt offended. It took me a while to become a custom to his Aussie-esc remarks but eventually I had jumped on the bandwagon and Meg was lost in the dusty skid marks of our childish ways as we drove into the smart ass sun in our smart alec 4WD. (Another metaphor for all you analogy lovers) Eventually, we stumbled across some cave tunnels which were just randomly dug into ...