Kampung Sumber Alam
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Heated pool
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With a motorbike that I got from a gym instructor I made my way up to the remote village Kampung Naga. The way led along a curvy street by a river, surrounded by steep rice field terraces, banana and palm trees.. I guess some of the most beautiful landscape I ever saw! It's hard to believe that I did not see a single tourist on that entire day.
My goal, the village Kampung Naga, is inhabited by Sundanese people who still live in a very traditional way, without ...
... which was the super from the crater. The crater is full of a sky blue liquid which is acid and is bubbling away all the time. It was a cool place to see and the journey was really eye opening too. A few days passed quickly and we were onto our next destination, Yogyakarta. Photos: Indonesia 2 ...
I took the minivan back to Bandung a day early because I really needed to go to a supermarket and top up all my toiletries before heading to crazy expensive Singapore and Oz. There really is nothing in Pangandaran except little shacks selling the same rubbish or indomarts (like 7-11's)
Bandung was just as horrible as when I left it 9 days ago but needs must.
There was no-one booked into the dorm and so it was just me and the owner's wife that shared ...
... Dr. Galdikas’ effort in protecting them. When we board the boat, I saw a mother orangutan sitting on a tree picking termites off a dead tree branch. On her back was this cutest orangutan baby I have ever seen. He tried to mimic his mother by picking up a small stick and hitting tree branch with it. Edwin recognized the mother as Rita and her baby will be named with a name starting with R. I told Edwin if they name the baby Ray, we will ...
... out of my freetime. It was nice to talk to the teenagers and feel like a rockstar. I think maybe a couple of less days would have been perfect as the ricefields and tea plantations weren't my cup of tea (sorry about the pun!). If it was proper volunteering, where they were in dire need of help, short staffed etc I would have been compelled to stay longer, but it seems like they have westerners visit often and have good facilities and teachers. Overall though a great time was had.