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... to Bandung but it was so packed. So we decided not to go in the end. Headed for lunch at about 12 at kampong Daun, it's a really nice place and each family is assigned to a "kampong" each. But, it's quite pricey. We spent 400,000+ there. After lunch, we headed to pasar baru. It's a place for Muslims to shop. So yup spent around 2 hrs there. After which we headed back to the hotel because it was raining heavily and it was alr 5+pm Total amt spent= ...
... 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 ...
... device (perhaps with some shock resistance also as I have dropped it on floor quite a few times and it still works alright). But I always recheck my route with my cellphone just to make sure that I am going ok. I had been to Puncak (attempted to, actually) in January this year and had turned off “highways” and “toll roads” on the Garmin. The bugger took me over some random, small, non tarmac, dirt-cum-stone road through a mountain. I figured out ...
... I took my things and went out on the street and managed to flag a taxi. I explained to the driver where I was going and off I went.
It all sounds simple enough, but keep in mind that I'm a girl going out by myself in a country where I am not fluent in the language. Where the culture and the customs are all different, and I have to be constantly aware of motorbikes and passerbys. Being able to do something by myself and with success ...
... but no luck. So Asep dropped each of us off and went looking himself, and brought it back for the Aussies (lol).
The next day we had another trip planned! We got Jojo to drive us to Udjo, an Angklung school and theatre. Angklungs are a musical instrument made of bamboo, and each one is a single note...and all you do to play the note is wiggle it. So you'll have different size hanging structures with different size Angklung that you wiggle to play notes. ...