Hotel Santika Bandung
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... all. We've had some huge downpours that have had us standing at the end of our covered driveway still holding an umbrella. I love the rain and I brought rubber boots! Kyle and I even got umbrellas here just in case....we have a big one for the pair of us, and Kyle has a Pirate Gun that when you pull the trigger the umbrella opens up, and mine is a Katana hilt with the press of a button opens up.
We enjoy things as we always do ^.^ with smiles, laughs and a whole lot of ridiculous!
Dagens startede rigtig dårligt ud. Havde kørt 50 meter så kunne jeg ikke dreje rundt i pedalerne... min krank (som jeg på det tidspunkt slet ikke vidste hvad var) var gået i stykker i nattens løb. WTF!
Jeg måtte op i følgebussen og sidde hele dagen. Det var egentlig okay, for da facebook havde ****et mit billed-album op havde jeg brug for en masse ...
... place- much much much cleaner than Indonesia but also much much much hotter… Like SERIOUSLY hot. I was pretty tired so my heart wasn’t really into trekking about but I did anyways. It was mostly mall after mall and not really too much to do but look around and enjoy a cold drink or two. After my Work VISA had been processed after about 10 hours of wandering I went back to the airport. I bought Cass some ...
... with Evin, it became apparent to me that I had lost my Australian sarcasm, and whenever Evin was joking, I almost felt offended. It took me a while to become a custom to his Aussie-esc remarks but eventually I had jumped on the bandwagon and Meg was lost in the dusty skid marks of our childish ways as we drove into the smart ass sun in our smart alec 4WD. (Another metaphor for all you analogy lovers) Eventually, we stumbled across some cave tunnels which were just randomly dug into ...
... is when things are not going well.
ironically, it was on our penultimate day that we discovered a Japanese
food bar in the complex attached to the hotel that sold the biggest
jugs of beer I've ever seen. It was only Carlsberg, but in a desert any
water tastes good.
Bandung is a scruffy place with, so far as we could discover, no real
centre to it. Maps are sprse & not very clear & there is a
great shortage of explanatory brochures even in the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking