Travel Blogs from Bandar Lampung
... wooden two storied house. The crew bundled in with the proprietor (lady of the house) in the one room downstairs and were already in the process of preparing our supper and we were taken to the room upstairs which was nothing like how I'd imagined it to be! The traditional Bhutanese house has an upstairs which has a gap beneath the roof as it traditionally is used to keep the food for the cattle, the drying of food etc but is now considered a health and saftey ...
... we went into the jungle onto this path that took us to the northwest corner of the island to a really long pier. The view was awesome because most of the way out to the end of the pier the water is very shallow and clear so you can see everything. This is where we found a blue starfish! Afterwards we came back to the beach in front of our hut and I laid on the one, and only, long lounge chair and Rick sat in a normal lounge chair and it was so relaxing that we both fell ...
... the bus just took off again. All the vendors slowly jumped off while the bus was moving, even the blind man. Pretty incredible actually. So we kept riding on for about another 45 minutes. The back door was wide open, on a dirt road, which created a wonderful breeze, but also blew a ton of dirt onto us- Rick's nose is still blowing some out. Luckily the rules of the road here are in favor of the large buses. There really aren't any rules of the road here actually, except ...
... Tangerang took a long weekend vacation and I was pretty sure that they’ll spend their long weekend in Thousand Island. Maybe only for these reasons; cheap, the nearest vacation spot from Jakarta and Banten, and no need to fly to Bali if you want beaching, snorkeling and diving. Years ago I really want to snorkeling or diving in Aceh, especially in Weh Island and I made it. My friends and I were only free snorkeling. I mean without any snorkeling ...
... our chests. Now that I was rested, clean, and in a happier frame of mind, the good memorable moments were surfacing.
First, the journey was scenic, especially through the Kerinci Valley. Rice paddies stretched out from the road to the cliffs in various stages of growth—some glittering with just planted seedlings, others vibrant full green. Workers in conical hats bent over the plants. Alongside the road, beans, coffee, rice, and cinnamon bark ...
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Other places to stay in Bandar Lampung
JL. Wolter Monginsidi No. 175, Bandar Lampung | 3 star hotelfrom $45
Jl. Yos Sudarso 294, Bandar Lampung | 3 star hotelfrom $51
Jln. Raden Intan No. 132 , Bandar Lampung | Hotelfrom $38
Jln. Wolter Monginsidi No. 70, Bandar Lampung | Hotel$50 average