Hotel Panorama Lembang
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... 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 ...
A traditional Indonesian breakfast was had by all this morning, only a phone call away according to Toni. I had Bubur Ayam (chicken Rice porridge) and the others had Nasi Goreng, very tasty. Another trip down into town saw us at outlet shops again, amazing bargains to be had by all. Still cannot get used to the organized chaos which we call the road traffic, nothing will ever surpass this experience!!! Then home for a birthday tea with Alicia's sister and family and a mountain of luscious ...
... 15.000 per person. But we have to pay for the car fee entrance too IDR 150.000 because it took a car to climb to the mountain to reach Kawah Putih (3 kilometers away), we can enjoy the lovely trees on the left-right of the forest on the way up.
There's nothing I could say by the time we get to the Kawah Putih. Please just enjoy the pictures that I've posted here :-)).
... is right next to the other, and have the same thing...so you can just jump parks and get the same experience and pretty much the same price.
We set out early in the morning (6am) and Banks joined in on some calisthenics that were happening at a health and wellness centre that was beside our vans. It was pretty hilarious. Our driver looked over and just saw Banks in his Thai Hat and doing these stretches and dances and started laughing.
Only Banksey ...
Well, hopefully this gives you an idea of what kind of expenses we have while here. It's definitely interesting having your grocery bill go into the millions, and then just realize you've only spent about a 100$ on stuff.
I still feel a little bit uncomfortable carrying around millions of Indonesian Rupiah, but I've walked around with more back home, so just have to keep my wallet close!