Grand Aquila Hotel Bandung
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... s from here. There were several minivans parked here also. They were full of tourists on a package tour. I got chatting with one of the drivers and when i mentioned i was heading to the hot springs next, he said for me to wait 10 minutes, so his customers could finish looking around the tea fields and then to follow him, as his tour was heading there next. Aside from the massively cheaper costs involved in hiring your own bike and travelling to these places under your own ...
... heading in that direction. He never had any idea how long it would take him to reach that place and would just cycle until around 2pm each day and then start looking for somewhere to stay. The previous evening, exhausted by the hilly terrain, he'd ended up having to knock on the door of houses in a remote village and ask to stay the night on their floor through the international language of mime. His original plans to camp some nights had been somewhat scuppered by the fact that, as ...
... a private car for the next day. We want to visit the nearby volcanoe and hot springs but without a car it involves many bus changes and a 10km walk, the car is £30 including the driver and fuel for 12 hours which we think is great value.
After wasting a couple of hours trying and failing to find a bank for a cash advance we make our way to tangkuban perahu (via a small floating market) and the sulphur creeps into the car before we've even parked. ...
Bandung was a city made less interesting by rain- I couldn't really get to see the city with the heavy and persistent weather that hung over it. The hotel was a bit strange, slow in its service, and odd in the placement of the room- when I looked out my window I looked into a crawlspace between the original building outside and the evident new one. The city tour brought us around the town, seeing relics of the dutch colonial past in the buildings and the ...
... had come to spend my last night with me. They had brought along some presents for me :D they gave me a bamboo bracelet and a little pin, bearing a traditional Javanese wood percussion instrument called the Angklung. I felt so blessed to have met these girls - spending 2 weeks here, we have had many great experiences, our conversation topics have been both broad and indepth, and they have also made me love Indonesia more; given me ...