Grand Aquila Hotel Bandung
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... that it is only two weeks until we're in Australia! 15th December 2014 You could tell we'd booked ahead this time as breakfast was included - toast and eggs too rather than the help yourself bread and jam we'd come accustomed too. The plan for the day was to independently make our way to the volcano north of Bandung, Tanguban Perahu. To get there we would take a public transport minibus (or angker) which would drop us at the entrance to the park on its ...
Left jakarta at 8am visited a tea plantation for a nice break then drove to a homestay we arrived after 4 hours driving.
Visited fish farm where we had fish spa and used a bamboo raft before heading back for dinner. Played card games all night.
Left at 8am to drive to Bandung...
Tipped homestay owners aswell as the guys who drove us ...
... road topped out and gradually descended through beautiful tea plantations and then a huge rubber tree plantation. It was a nice, easy day's cycling and ended in a place called Turtle Beach. We stayed in villas on a resort right on the beach and the beach cafe had fantastic views across the ocean. Unfortunately it was the wrong time of year to see the turtles that nested at the nearby sanctuary from which the beach took its name. The hotel had a cockatoo that was let out of its cage ...
... that danced with their arms and jumped from side to side, they also had drummers. The seats directly across from ours had put coloured paper onto the seats into the flags of the different countries for their players - Brasil, Cameroon, Japan, Syria and obviously Indonesia. They even had a huge crest that went from top to bottom of the seats that unfurled down when they did the entrance of the players.
Flags, horns, streamers, chants and cheers - these ...
... such means 'water' and refers to the fact that at the bottom of the valley used to be a huge river.
When we got to Pasa Baru, we parked just outside of the centre so that we could find parking and then walked to the areas. Since this place is the most well-known for pickpockets, we kept our bags close. Kyle didn't bring his wallet or phone, so I had all the money and things in my purse that I kept in front of me at my stomach. Maybe it was because it was Good Friday, ...