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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Tangkuban perahu Left the hotel at ard 730. Took around 1.5 hrs to get to tangkuban perahu. The entrance fee on weekdays is 200,000 and 300,000 on weekends and public holidays for foreigners. So we paid 300,000. The view was pretty amazing but be careful of the locals who are selling stuff. Don't show any interest of you don't intend to buy any or they'll end up following you around. Other than that, it's quite safe. Wanted to stop by the floating market on the ...
Hazy 32 / 22
Started the day with a run, this part of town is extremely hilly, kind of a Halifax / San Francisco. Would be excellent training for the Cabot Trail Relay. Exercised and then a swim in the pool. Breakfast was more than enough to keep me going for the day. Spent the morning relaxing, remember, I do not have to do anything if I do not want to.
While running took in the beautiful scenery, gigantic homes and a man carrying two large baskets of bananas on ...
... F) under the tutelage of Bapak Suhaimi Nasution at the Convent Seremban. It was an hour's drive out to Tangkuban Parahu and on the way there we read up on the legend behind it - an Indonesian œdipal tale featuring Sangkurian and his mother (cursed with eternal youth), Dayang Sumbi. Unfortunately we got there half an hour too late to trek down into the crater, so we had to be content with taking photos of the Kawah Ratu (one of 4 volcanic craters there), taking ...
... by more cloud and haze. Well, early in the mornng we can often see the mountains before the haze comes in. In fact, I can even see the plumes of smoke and poisonous cloud spewing out of Mount Tangkuban Perahu which I've been notified of by the Canadian Consulate - advising me to stay at least 1.5km away from it. Well, that's kind of cool that I can see dense, white clouds coming out of the earth behind mountains so I can't even see the actual volcano.
Life goes ...
... tourists, a few Burqas, and also a few from the middle east. The hot springs were boiling! Men and women would dip their legs and arms in the mud and get massages from their guides. We just dipped our feet in and washed out hands. After a while, we got hungry and wanted to just casually boil our eggs in an active volcano...so we did!! We then made our way back to the carpark, where we has arranged to meet our driver...we hoped. :S On our way back, we saw wild black monkeys and ...