Hyatt Regency Bandung
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... fish farm.
In Bandung we meet Regina who takes us to see puppets... then we visit a hotel..then we go to a mall for food and free time...then we tip Regina... we go to our hotel and then we have to tip the driver!!!!!!! This is an absolute joke so far. Todd suggests 20k to tip so in one day we tip £4 each a total of £32 as there are 8 of us.
Needless to say the group ...
... t. Or perhaps more accurately some benefit more than others. Property developers are developing, the tour operators rake it in, but still tri-shaw riders ply their trade to varying degrees of success, some whizz ing round on motorised transport while others pedal hard for their money. Our taxi ride cost £3 for a twenty minute journey and I don't care how cheap petrol is (27p a litre, and rising this week by 30% this week) nobody is making a fortune from that fare. We chucked some ...
... chatting and laughing as they worked. I just need to figure out how to turn that into a highly paying career with a contract that says I don't have to work in the rainy season...
The afternoon turned into a bit of a comedy with a last minute route change to avoid 800m of steep climbing on a badly maintained road in heavy traffic. We got the new route information and left lunch into a fantastic, swooping descent. About 10km into that descent, I finally heard my phone ...
... See the fotos 5 & 6.
I had not found the ascent so challenging as the Pulsar’s stock engine is pretty torque-y and would help climbing up the mountain pretty easily. Coming down was a totally different ball game. The tyres are big and chunky on the bike now. But the brake callipers are stock, and I have never found them to be good enough. As I started the descent, I had to use both brakes in tandem; but after a while, the front caliper started making a ...
... Tons of room. Courteous service. Peace and quiet for the trip. All of the comforts one would expect when he pays the exorbitant price of $15!! Although, I have to say that going to sleep in Indonesian traffic takes some practice. We arrived at the airport shortly after 3, ate at Bakmi Gaja Mada once again, and went to wait for our Lion Air flight from Jakarta to Labuan Bajo, connecting through Denpasar, Bali, where we will return about a week from now. ~~~~ FIN ...