Hotel Endah Parahyangan
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... was not that great. The wait was really long. Won't really recommend this place. 192,500 Dessert at Suga Rush Cafe The Churros were really bad though. The chocolate dip wasn't that bad but the churros are. They're too oily for my liking. The drinks were really nice. Perfect place to just chill and have some coffee. 115,000 rupiah Total amount spent on food = 527,500 The ...
... holes in the ground and bubbling hot mud (into which someone recently fell - he was only just discharged from hospital). At this point I was hoping the Wiki description was the correct one...though we later heard that as recently as last year, there was 'activity' detected and the government had almost evacuated the area. Gulp! But for now, the bubbling mud was as active as it got and I prayed it stayed that way. While Shobs, Salju and Sumarna wandered off down a ...
... 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 ...
... it doesn’t take off for another hour and a bit. Unfortunately once on the plane I was seated next to some dude whose appearance made me hope there was an Air Marshall on the plane in case of a terrorist incident, luckily he turned out to be a pretty nice guy- not minding that I take up a bit of his personal space on a cramped airplane, but also very very odd. He asked many many personal questions (ie. Married? Kids? ...
... come and relax.
We all sat down with Neza's business partner, Shirley, who owns the Flower Shop next door and chatted about travelling, coffee and new ideas for the cafe.
Unfortunately, Evin had to leave to catch his train to Yogyakarta. One of the staff members offered him a lift back to the hotel to collect his bags and then to the station.
I stayed back and chilled with Neza and Shirley.
We had a deep conversation about Bandung and all ...