Grand Aquila Hotel Bandung
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... 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 ...
... us as we passed.
Me: "So the street is lined with bars, lets walk down and find one we like the look of."
Kent: "Okay man"
Walking down the street I hear Oasis's "Dont look back in Anger" being played over the soundsystem.
Me: "Kent we are going in there"
Instead it was actually a live band playing, Indonesians are fantastic musicians. Insanely talented and also know how to party. With Kent getting the beers in ...
... for dinner in a Swiz ladies' restaurant. One of the interesting things in this town is the number of people having fun in the street - on bicycles, tandems even a 4 seated bike. They also have these pedal power carts for up to 6/8 people, they are brightly coloured with flashing lights and sometimes loud sounds systems. Full of people of all ages and sexes laughing and having ...
... country to backpack - few hostels and alot of backpacking couples, making it particularly difficult to find other solo travelers. I have had my eyes widened and my view of this side of the globe has been blown out of the water. Everyone must travel at least once in there life, for it is the road that wears you down that builds you up with knowledge, experience and true friends. This was my 50th blog! Join me for the next 50! Thank ...
... Bukit Bintang or near Raja Chulan monorail. After walking along 1.5 kilometers, the bridge ended up at Aquaria KLCC.
Then we went upstairs using escalator and arrived at the KLCC. We kept walking until we saw KLCC park. Many citizens were doing afternoon sports exercises: walking, running, jogging and so on.
Walking again through the park, and finally we arrived at Suria KLCC mall. We also saw the famous icon of KL, Petronas Twin ...