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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... to Bandung but it was so packed. So we decided not to go in the end. Headed for lunch at about 12 at kampong Daun, it's a really nice place and each family is assigned to a "kampong" each. But, it's quite pricey. We spent 400,000+ there. After lunch, we headed to pasar baru. It's a place for Muslims to shop. So yup spent around 2 hrs there. After which we headed back to the hotel because it was raining heavily and it was alr 5+pm Total amt spent= ...
Hazy 32 / 22
Started the day with a run, this part of town is extremely hilly, kind of a Halifax / San Francisco. Would be excellent training for the Cabot Trail Relay. Exercised and then a swim in the pool. Breakfast was more than enough to keep me going for the day. Spent the morning relaxing, remember, I do not have to do anything if I do not want to.
While running took in the beautiful scenery, gigantic homes and a man carrying two large baskets of bananas on ...
... into a steep, rocky, completely unrideable path and meant chucking the bike on your shoulder and yomping a couple of kms up a hill. The track took us through two gated security checkpoints manned by 10-year old kids. A smile, a hello and a salute got me through both times. Eventually we came round past a massive geothermal power station at the top of the pass, after which it was a wickedly fast descent on good roads into Cipanas and our hotel. Our debate about the likelihood of ...
... narrow up-and-down roads. We had the house specialty - Yamin noodles and the best ginger tea I've ever had. The slivers of ginger actually tasted like young coconut. Portmanteau #1 - Warong Lela is known as Walé. We had a choice then of visiting an angklung village or Tangkuban Parahu, a dormant volcano (according to Wikipedia) - or an active one, according to the Indonesian tourism site. We chose the volcano despite my glorious past as an angklung player (I was ...
... antics. We are planning our trip to Bali and Komodo, planning with anticipation our events in December when we're home...and then we're thinking about what we'll do next.
Living internationally is one thing, but working internationally (esp. as a teacher) can be frustrating, because we have to do things so much in advance. We haven't even finished our contract here, not even the first year, but we still need to think about what's next because we have to plan for ...