Holiday Inn Bandung
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- Swimming pool
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... fish farm.
In Bandung we meet Regina who takes us to see puppets... then we visit a hotel..then we go to a mall for food and free time...then we tip Regina... we go to our hotel and then we have to tip the driver!!!!!!! This is an absolute joke so far. Todd suggests 20k to tip so in one day we tip £4 each a total of £32 as there are 8 of us.
Needless to say the group ...
... too. Once back in the bay we were pretty much herded quickly onto mini buses for a free ride to our hotels. On the one hand this was extremely decent of the company as Denpasar was a good 90 minutes away and we'd paid £20 for a similar taxi ride to get to Padang Bai a few days earlier. On the other hand the ferry was £40 return so I'm sure the company weren't exactly losing out. Maybe everyone's a winner. Despite being dropped off last we certainly were as we managed to ...
... The male would sit by the edge of the cage and stick his arms and legs through the wire and grab your hand, and Dara took to smuggling them bananas as little treats after each meal.
On Friday we turned permanently inland and began our climb into the mountains. It was an unbelievably tough four hours as we climbed over 2000m in 40km. The gradients for long stretches were ridiculously steep, and you just don't get climbs of that length in the UK. Sweat was pouring off me ...
... kilometres away from the road to Bandung and then crash at the hotel. I took lunch finally at about noon at fast food restaurant called CFC which specializes in chicken dishes, especially fried varieties. Wonder where they got the idea for the business and its name from!
At this point, I must stress the importance of having two systems for tracing your route. The Garmin ETRX I have is good and its been with me since the past 10 months and I am very happy with it. Its ...
... because his sister is my friend on Facebook and know I wasn't going and tout I needed a chaperone. Probably. At PVJ (Paris Von Java) Mall, we had a couple hours to walk around and experience the sights and smells (there are always food smells in Indonesia). Plus, we wanted to pick up a few snacks and, really, to be in air conditioning. We went to the Carrefour and picked up some seaweed-flavored Lays potato chips, Indonesian peanuts, Ricola to feed ...