Hotel Perdana Wisata Bandung
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... to do, unfortunately it was very difficult to find anyone that spoke a word of English and when I finally did I learned that I had been pronouncing the name of the town wrong so nobody understood where I wanted to go. As luck would have it I was only about 1km from 1 of only 2 turns I needed to take to get the entire way when I found an English speaking girl in a bookshop, she even showed me the route on a map so hopefully I wouldn't get lost again. The mountain road to Pai ...
... glace pilée avec fruits frais et sirops Je n’aime pas la rivalité entre les cultures/religions de tes différentes îles ;
Je n’aime pas les balinais bourrés à l’arak (alcool local de riz) qui font leur loi sur Seminiak;
Je n’aime pas la corruption et encore moins quand je dois payer des amendes à tes policiers véreux ;
Je n’aime pas la perversion qu’a engendré le tourisme sur le ...
... visa's after which we were keen to get some bus tickets straight out of here.
Haggling for a taxi we bumped into a fellow backpacker, who was also looking to get a bus ticket. Evan is from America and although has been travelling for 8 months is sadly coming to the end of his trip, this being his last destination. Together the 3 of us got in the taxi first stopping at an ATM to get our hands on the local currency. The Rupiah is unlike any ...
... and Amelia to clear customs we arrange for one of the blokes to take us to the bus station. He is a local travel fixer who hangs out at the jetty whenever a ferry is due on the off chance that a westy might be on board requiring assistance. We could probably get there cheaper via motorbikes but this guy also promises to help us with the bus tickets and it's all too hard trying to work things out for ourselves at this stage.When the Poles finally emerge we ...
... It was really funny as their English was
even less then basic and my Indonesian none. They were mostly teaching me their language.
Then minibus came, even a bit earlier, I
had to say good bye, and seat in the car hoping to have a few hours
of sleep there, but no way. The driver – mr.Jaja, was driving for
two hour around the city trying to collect other passengers. As he
couldn't find any he dropped me to other bus, who did the same.