Grand Aquila Hotel Bandung
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... paintings and small sculptures, the passage ways had enormous paintings and the entry vestibule was a gallery on its own! All this for $NZ150 per night.
Across the road was the owner's home and museum/gallery of his older pieces, collected over his lifetime. It felt like a small version of the Paul Getty Museum in LA! We had a personal tour by the owner with stories of where he had acquired all the art: ancient Chinese bowls and other ceramic pieces from ...
... 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 ...
... get any better, and every day it gets better and better.
And it just did even more, the owner of guesthouse invited myself and another guest for dinner. I didnt know but Bandung is famous for its frog dishes. So it you want a really good frog dish, try the Swike Kuah - you can get it in the food court.
Until next time folks. By the way, my apologies for any bad spelling or grammar. I rarely have time to review entries.
... did decide to go to Ciwalk to the Premiere theatre to see 'Iron Man 3' which was really nice. The theatre is unreal, like a millionaire's private screening room. There are only 2 theatres and one of them holds only about 25 people and the other only about 20. I had to go in advance just to buy the tickets because you can't buy them online or too far in advance and they could sell out pretty quick for those who have the App on their phone. In any case, we had reclining sofa ...
... road home it took another 2 hours to get back to Bandung (got there about 2:00am). It would have been more but Asep was the one who picked me up and he is a pretty cool cat who prides himself on being the fastest driver in Indonesia outside of the race track. I don’t know if his claims are true but I think they might be because they only way I can describe his driving is to picture Tommer behind the wheel of a Ferrari ...