Padma Hotel Bandung
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Had a late start to the day today and for a change instead of going down the hill we went up the mountain. Up to the site of an active volcano. It started to rain half way up so had to hire umbrellas so we could walk over to the edge. A couple of quick photos and we were off for lunch. The rain became quite heavy and ...
... playing one of our own. This experience was both interesting and the highlight of the trip so far.
Late that afternoon we went on a walking tour of downtown Bandung to admire the Art Deco and Dutch colonial architecture as sell as check out the handcraft stalls on the Jalan Braga. The area was run down and the Art Deco was either non-existent or poor quality. While wandering around this area it was so hot ...
28th & 29th July 2013
The start of our third round-trip on the Singapore Airlines A380, once again "upstairs", once again Economy Class.
After an uneventful trip, we arrived at Changi Terminal 3, in 29 degrees heat, but rain, before transferring to Terminal 1 via the Skytrain for a three hour wait before catching the onward Air Asia flight to Bandung. This flight was extremely comfortable too, and it was not long before we had landed at ...
... finally come to an agreement. This of course is moot if he decides that he wants to change the price on arrival and knowing where I live.
Thus the anxieties and stress that as a bule I have to deal with every time I go out.
Well, on Tuesday (Feb 26) I took Darcy to the vet for the 3rd time, because [alas!] she is still sick, and at this point it's getting frustrating. For 6 weeks I've been giving her antibiotics, creams, drops ...
... jump in as they move, theres no dedicated bus service here. They cram about 15 people into these things, it costs about 20p.
We arrived one street over. Jean street itself is a bit rubbish. The statues are terrible for the most part, big terminators and wolverines and ****, they serve no purpose other than to intrigue morons like us to go to the street. The shops sell jeans (obviously) and t-shirts but all sell roughly the same thing. ...