Hotel Santika Bandung
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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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... 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 ...
... and market stalls are not your cup of tea, head over to the LCRE Martadinate street. Bandung is full of factory outlets, so your spoilt for choice unless your really tall or fat. The city is exceptionally modern, with macdonalds, KFC, wendys, starbacks, its all here. So while it removes the local influence, its pretty useful to come here.
After my New Years Eve excertions, I went to bed early, with the hope to get up early and hit ...
... down. We played many familiar songs, from Beatles, Michael Jackson, 'I believe in angels'! We only had one Angklung each to play, but then we were shown how to really do it with one musician having many octaves each in the Angklung orchestra. At the end we all got up and danced with the children, including a Java version of Aud Lang Sign (ok I know that's not how you spell it) A great positive afternoon. For dinner we went to a local food market, with many ...
... got into Malaysia Tourism Center Area and entered the Cocoa Boutique building through a side entrance. Inside Cocoa Boutique, there’s a sign “No Camera”, aarrghh, couldn’t take photos. Well, we just looked around and being offered chocolate tester by the workers, and this was the first place we spent Ringgit in big amount. Total expenditure RM83.50 for various kind of chocolate. Quite expensive though.
... some of the cakes that I remembered from being younger but none were as good as my nan and granddad used to make!
From here we went on to see the house and it was very surreal to be there. The family who lives there now have a dentist surgery there and outside they had a guard which apparently is quite common. Took a few pictures and looked around outside. It started to rain pretty quickly after getting there so weren't there for very ...