Grand Aquila Hotel Bandung
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The car we were driving back in had no air conditioning, so between the heat and the vehicle exhausts, it was very uncomfortable, even with the driving distractions. Back in Jakarta in one piece, everyone then went out for supper, which meant back into a car, no thanks, bread and water will suffice.
Motorcycle of the Day: White ...
... and Singapore … Have not found the plane yet and have called off the search for the evening.
Like Christmas, New Year's festivities and celebrations are not the same as in the west. Looking forward to the Chinese New Year. Short nap before supper. Rained a couple of times today, but just quick showers. Another spectacular fireworks show this evening.
Motorcycle of the Day: Sacks and More ...
... around, and using the parrot-whispering skills picked up from spending my formative years working at my Uncle Jim's aviaries, it was soon wandering around with me on my arm and shoulder. Getting it back in the cage was more of a challenge. Very sharp claws, cockatoos.
There were also a couple of macaque monkeys in a cage, which was a little sad. The cage had a tree in the middle of it and they had enough room to run around, but it's still a real shame to see them contained ...
... the ardous trek up to Tiger's Nest in Bhutan.) The crater was quite amazing. It looked and felt like we were on another planet - there were thick sulphur fumes, volcanic mud was literally boiling and hot water was shooting up white sprays. The ground was rocky and I am sure there is a scientific name for it but there were areas which looked like it was cemented.
As we got closer to photograph the ...
... Therefore, it's another word in my back pocket to impress the **** out of people. It's one of my favorite things about being in Indonesia. Halef's sister, Leona, took us to a sort of market this morning. They had not eaten breakfast yet, so they wanted to go get a couple things. At one food stall, they picked up a dish called kupat tahu. At another, they picked up a traditional Bandung food called bandros. It's basically a type of waffle with cheese, ...