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Travel Blogs from Bandung
... can see from the photos caused a little traffic hazard . We had lunch at a cafe called Burangrang which is part of a huge family leisure park, Dusun Bambu. The weather prevented us from exploring the place further but it looked amazing . Then headed home for our last night before taking the train tomorrow to ...
... us as we passed.
Me: "So the street is lined with bars, lets walk down and find one we like the look of."
Kent: "Okay man"
Walking down the street I hear Oasis's "Dont look back in Anger" being played over the soundsystem.
Me: "Kent we are going in there"
Instead it was actually a live band playing, Indonesians are fantastic musicians. Insanely talented and also know how to party. With Kent getting the beers in ...
... bags (I'm sorry, Hun) and go get foods.
At 6 p.m., heavy rain fell down. Luckily, we bought an umbrella. We then asked to board the bus, I don't know, maybe at 6.15 or 6.20 pm. And there we were, at the back-est seats sitting down calmly and I was very very excited.
A little delayed from the first departure time, the bus left its pool.
We were leaving in the heavy rain. Bye-bye Bandung, see you again in the next 4 days. From the informations ...
... level was more technological and modern. There were many interactive videos and games for people to play with. Third stop for the day was Saung Angklung Udjo. This place makes Angklung and also teaches it to many many students. We got to see how Anklung are made, how they are played and we even got to play Angklung. The presentation went for 1.5 hours and involved lots of singing, dancing, Angklung playing and at the conclusion of the presentation, the ...
Goats are the first spotted and it became a petting zoo! With pictures and fun for me to feed goats and pet them. Home goats are way cooler, but that’s okay. I also got to feed and pet an antelope! That I probably would not have been able to do at home, but that’s okay.
Thankfully we went in the morning, because it was significantly cooler and although still busy, it was a lot more manageable because we had gone in the morning. We went around to see ...