Hotel Santika Bandung
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Santika Bandung
Small hotel with only three stories and much smaller rooms than the SANTIKA in Jakarta. The best part of the hotel, however is its location right in the heart of the city. Staff is helpful and speaks English. Rooms have coffee makers and free wifi. Breakfast buffet needs help
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On our way to Bandung we stopped in Bogor, home to a large Christian community. We took a walking tour of the beautiful Bogor Botanical Gardens, a tropical oasis where we saw giant water lilies, a variety of palms and some of the 3,000 types of orchids. On the grounds are hundreds of spotted deer originally imported from India during the Hindu …
Left jakarta at 8am visited a tea plantation for a nice break then drove to a homestay we arrived after 4 hours driving.
Visited fish farm where we had fish spa and used a bamboo raft before heading back for dinner. Played card games all night.
Left at 8am to drive to Bandung...
Tipped homestay owners aswell as the guys who drove us ...
... in a hot (and distinctly unwet - what bad weather?) Yogya, jumping in a taxi and heading for Tugu, the railway station. Oh how I hadn't missed Yogya. 24 hours earlier we'd been on desert island paradise with no motorised transport. Now we were back to 10 million motorbikes and impossible to cross roads. **** that noise. I don't know how they live with it every day. Yogya is something of a mix, a halfway house between tourist riches and a touch of normality. Some are benefitting and ...
... mountainside is covered in different shades of green.
It's easy to romanticise a little as you breeze through the plantations on a bike, and I'm sure they get paid peanuts for a hard day's work, but the job of a tea picker looked great. There was a blue sky, bright sunshine and a cool mountain temperature. Groups of them moved together from area to area, harvesting bunches of leaves from a bush and throwing them over their heads into a wicker basket on their ...
... when people would see their relatives and the like and not venture out to see volcanoes spewing out odorous gas. I was so wrong, so freakin’ wrong. See foto 4 if you don’t believe me.
Anyway, the site was good.Geological stuff like this does amaze me (though technically I cannot make major sense out of it – I hang around with machines only, not rocks!). I strolled around the edge of the crater for a while (15 mins perhaps), bought a tshirt as a souvenir ...