Holiday Inn Bandung
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Lunch 220,000 rupiah - 3 avocado juice, kangkung, white rice, gurame goreng, veg soup Everything was nice and portion was just right for the 3 of us! Would recommend this place but I forgot the name of the place :/ Dinner at Kiosk in Aston Braga Mall 3 lamb fried rice 1 gurame BBQ BBQ squid Most of the food was sold out at about 7pm. So we had very little choice to choose ...
... extent that even my shoes were soaked through, and it was getting to the point where I wasn't sure how much longer I could keep this effort level going when the gradient finally relaxed into a sensible ascent. After the welcome lunch stop, the road meandered through more tea plantations and a series of lovely little mountain villages. It was much cooler at this altitude, and the villages seemed to be great little communities, and much tidier and cleaner than many of the others we ...
... and point at signs (much like the pictures in the newspapers of a certain neighbouring country and that of "Great Leader KJI pointing at things"). At one point he disappeared and I said to Shobs "He's probably checking out the next photo op"...sure enough, we turned a corner and there was Sumarna, standing entirely inside a hollow tree trunk, and grinning at us waving peace signs... We finally got to the base of the crater with its hot water pools, smoke/steam ...
... less busy and the traffic is failry manageable, so instead of waiting until the weekend to do groceries we'll just hop on the angkot after work and go straight to the grocery store and get all of our things then. Taking an angkot there and a taxi back isn't so bad, especially since we can bargain if the traffic is bad or it starts to rain. We have also been learning some of the new routes of the angkots so that we can go to different malls. We have recently figured out how to ...
... is also sketchy as f*ck! While walking down one of the rows of stalls with Cass, Alice, and Pitchai (middle aged teacher from India) some Indonesian guy grabbed my pants by my right pocket with my wallet. I immediately grabbed him and asked him what the hell he was doing but I couldn’t understand his answer as it was in Bahasa. He kept pointing to a cigarette on the ground as if he had dropped it and didn’t want me ...