Sheraton Bandung Hotel & Towers
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... and that, a pair of carved Japanese dragons, rugs from Iran, still more large paintings. Then a long social chat sitting at a courtyard table. We were mixing with hoi poloi! A charming couple, well-travelled (though not yet to NZ)
Easter over, it was time for the girls to go back to school and for us to move on. Sad farewells then we were off to the train for an 8 hour trip to Yogyakarta, with plenty of food for the journey from the ever-thoughtful and generous Tanya.
... to pass off as Indonesian and had to pay the (higher) tourist entrance fee. We acquired an 'official guide' and set off on our hike through the woods to Kawah Domas. It was about 1.2km downhill, with many photo op stops - our guide (whose name was Sumarna and who told us he's 62) was very enthusiastic about showing us various trees (including the amazing batik tree), edible roots and multihued mushrooms. He was also very enthusiastic about getting us to hang ...
... order from a menu that was delivered to us during the movie and there was a blanket. After that experience, I don't think there's any way that we could see a movie in any other way. Besides, we 'acquire' movies in other ways, so going to the theatre here is more of a treat.
Alice and I have also been very creative and more adventurous on how we approach different things now so that we can save more money wherever possible. For example, we have found that Tuesdays are ...
... to the main exit. There were a group of petty looking security guards who looked like they were itching to have a photo with us. So they surrounded us and posed for the camera :D
Outside, there seemed to be some kind of festival happening. Tents and balloons and music all enclosed in a big metal fence. We walked through and were suddenly dragged into one of the stalls. It was an anti-drug stall, whose aim it was to make Indonesia narcotics free by ...
... of Bahasa Indonesia helps a bit too. And so it was that I was introduced to Little Vietnam.
I was taken through a maze of narrow alleyways fronted by a higgledy-piggledy assortment of houses and make-shift shops offering an array of snacks and cigarettes. It made me think of a favela but this wasn't a slum, more a literally close-knit neighbourhood straddling the bank of a river that made use of every square metre. Motorbikes crept along the ...