Serela Riau Bandung
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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With a motorbike that I got from a gym instructor I made my way up to the remote village Kampung Naga. The way led along a curvy street by a river, surrounded by steep rice field terraces, banana and palm trees.. I guess some of the most beautiful landscape I ever saw! It's hard to believe that I did not see a single tourist on that entire day.
My goal, the village Kampung Naga, is inhabited by Sundanese people who still live in a very traditional way, without ...
14th December 2014 We both found it pretty easy to get out of bed the next morning and headed for Gambir Station, the place where our Jakarta jaunt had began. Aforementioned in the previous blog, travel advice always suggests getting a ticket in advance for train journeys in Indonesia - especially on weekends. Fortunately it appeared not that many people wanted tickets for first thing on a Sunday morning and we were able to book on fine. The train was on time which ...
... and I. It was easier to deal with the photos coming from all angles when I had my sunglasses on in the sun - it didn't matter where I looked, it was fine.
At one point we got so much attention that one of the free promotion snacks gave us each a few packs of these new Crunch chocolate cookies for us to get pictures with. So somewhere there are pictures of me, Kyle, Alice and Trevor taking a promo photo for Crunch snacks dressed in blue for PERSIB.
... Tons of room. Courteous service. Peace and quiet for the trip. All of the comforts one would expect when he pays the exorbitant price of $15!! Although, I have to say that going to sleep in Indonesian traffic takes some practice. We arrived at the airport shortly after 3, ate at Bakmi Gaja Mada once again, and went to wait for our Lion Air flight from Jakarta to Labuan Bajo, connecting through Denpasar, Bali, where we will return about a week from now. ~~~~ FIN ...
... bugs. Thankfully no cockroaches! But we've gotten A LOT of mosquitoes, flies and these dragonfly-type things that are gross and annoying. We've had to resort to closing our windows full time. The problem is, that these houses are third-world constructions and not Holmes on Holmes Approved. There are no air ducts.....at all. They have these window slots at the top of the walls where the ceiling meets, and they have opposite facing glass so that something can't just fly into the house, ...