Kota Bukit Indah Plaza Hotel
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Tangkuban perahu Left the hotel at ard 730. Took around 1.5 hrs to get to tangkuban perahu. The entrance fee on weekdays is 200,000 and 300,000 on weekends and public holidays for foreigners. So we paid 300,000. The view was pretty amazing but be careful of the locals who are selling stuff. Don't show any interest of you don't intend to buy any or they'll end up following you around. Other than that, it's quite safe. Wanted to stop by the floating market on the ...
... about living in the UK, Manchester United, and whether I was married or not (this appears to be the Indonesian greeting equivalent of 'how are you?'). The English teachers were a lovely bunch, very enthusiastic (I'm sure they wouldn't after a few years in the UK education system!), and tried to rope me into judging a handwriting contest the next day. Unfortunately we'd made other plans... Which involved trekking to a rural village amongst the rice ...
... villages where we had a fish spa. This was exteamly weird to have this experience in the middle of nowhere in the middle of a lake. We were then taken on a mini tour of the floating village where there wet cats running around on bamboo rafts. The headed back to the honestly house where the ladies if the house then cooked us an amazing meal and even made everything without using wheat!! (Happy happy happy) Now just chilling and playing cards before bed :) ...
... what would be considered a wealthy family in Indonesia. Lunch was pre-prepared for us for when we arrived, there were no children and the family kind of kept to themselves during our stay - they also didn't stay there at night - they went and stayed in their other house as we took up all the bedrooms. So I don't think I can tick “do a homestay” off my bucket list just yet.
Anyway lunch was delicious, we had Asian vegetables ...
... around 9 and just about the cutest children I've ever met. They held our hands as we walked back across the fields and the youngest, a little lad of 4 was very shy and hid behind his sister. Another boy was running around in his Dad's flip flops, quite an impressive feat! The boys ended up playing football with some of the local kids while the rest of us took photos of them all running around. It's amazing to see kids this friendly, allowed to run ...