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Finally a family gathering at Roy and Tania's house where most of the relatives we had met last year came for a BBQ dinner. I had to cook the maple syrup pancakes once again!!!
No, there's more. We had asked about art galleries! Roy is well connected and took us to a friend of the architect who designed his home. This man had used the same architect to design his home and boutique hotel which was really an art galllery with accommodation. Every ...
... get any better, and every day it gets better and better.
And it just did even more, the owner of guesthouse invited myself and another guest for dinner. I didnt know but Bandung is famous for its frog dishes. So it you want a really good frog dish, try the Swike Kuah - you can get it in the food court.
Until next time folks. By the way, my apologies for any bad spelling or grammar. I rarely have time to review entries.
... a home. Coming home to a clean house where our house cleaner really appreciate our Canadian Nice-ness, is also a bonus feature.
Life has plateau-ed here a bit because we've had to really tighten our purse strings so that we can afford to go to Bali and Komodo in June, and to go home in December for Christmas and a 'momentous event.' We haven't had a lot of money to spend around, so most of our money is spent on groceries or put straight into savings.
... it doesn’t take off for another hour and a bit. Unfortunately once on the plane I was seated next to some dude whose appearance made me hope there was an Air Marshall on the plane in case of a terrorist incident, luckily he turned out to be a pretty nice guy- not minding that I take up a bit of his personal space on a cramped airplane, but also very very odd. He asked many many personal questions (ie. Married? Kids? ...
... of royal banquet happening but we were pushed away from that into an elevator.
Up we went.
All the way to the top floor.
I asked if the Vice Governor was in the building, and the security guard (Agus) who took us to the top said he was on the 3rd floor - but to keep it a secret...shhhhh
The room on the roof of Gedung Sate was filled with traditional weapons, dress and artifacts from the Dutch, Javanese and Sundanese traditions.
Agus was ...