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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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Now with Tania and Roy and their family once again, in lovely Bandung.
Easter, it's Good Friday and they invite us to join them at church. First it was Madagascar, then Uganda and now Indonesia. All in their language although we recognised a few words. A lot of joyous singing, with words up on a powerpoint screen. During the Bible readings I was amused to see many people looking at their smart phones. Did they have a link to ......? No, they were following the reading ...
... 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 ...
... from Bandung to the gate entrance took nearly two hours, So leave early!
Arriving at the gate, the price is now 75,000 to enter, Much to the amuusment of the gate staff, I told them I was going to hike up. Ita actuallly really easy its only 5km to the top, the volcano is nearly 2000 metres in height. Leave early and the heat isnt a problem either. I managed to make it to the top in under 45 minutes. Only to be treated to an overcrowded, ...
... and food cooking because the hours were too long, the pay to little and the job really sucked. Instead she has come to us! Ninin comes Monday and Thursdays and cleans the house for us while we're home. It's too weird to let her have a key and be in the house when we're not there, so we prefer if we're there while she's doing it. I get home just after 4:00 and she's usually there and gets right to it. She cleans the bathroom, floors and windows and the mold growing on the ...
... for even a second and countless Indonesians spread out across any and all flat surfaces like middle aged lesbians with lawn tickets at Lollapalooza, I found it impossible to sleep. Upon queuing (“lining up” for you North Americans) at the Lion Air desk I was approached by another teacher from Bina Bangsa who I had met very briefly during the orientation week, she was also going to Singapore and wanted a small ...