Tanjung Lesung Bay Villas Hotel & Resort
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... plants, with each guest getting their own traditional hut to eat within. As the sun set and the lights around the restaurant paths switched on, it turned into a very romantic setting. The only let down was the food which was average at best, however the setting is worth the trip alone.
Next stop is Yogyakatra, a place full of beautiful temples, which will involve an eight hour train journey from Bandung. Stay ...
We finally made it to our rest day here in Cipanas after an incredibly varied, 6-day cycling trek including stunning landscapes of coastal beaches, vast tea plantations and steeply terraced agriculture further inland. This is thankfully the last of the 6-day cycling stretches we have, and from here, we will average between 3-4 days between breaks. After 6 days, your luggage can nearly walk itself to the next destination.
We thought it worth mentioning how our last rest day ...
08:00am : -breakfast at hotel. -went to train station to buy ticket back to Jakarta tomorrow. -price is Rp90,000 for first class. 10:00am : -shopping at Pasar Baru Trade Center. -ate lunch at the food court here. -better ask the price for the food before you ordered it. 12:15pm : -catch a cab to Jalan Dago where it full of factory outlet. -you can get a branded brands with low price. 07:15pm : -catch a cab to Paris Van Java. -drink Starbucks. 08:30pm : -back to hotel and ...
... re entertained on weekends. ALMOST is the key word there; My sense of practicality that wavers in and out of the scene will likely kick in.
Any suggestions on what Kyle and I can do to entertain ourselves while remaining on budget and not dying from heat exhaustion? Anyone?
[p.s. I'm hoping to get Kyle to make an Entry on the Blog. As my Mum most eloquently put it: We wouldn't want to think I'd kidnapped him and sold him to the locals]
It's pronounced chee-guh-doong and it's the subdivision where we live which is pretty much full of expats. Rows of houses, a rooster that crows whenever it feels like while systematically harassing the other chickens, and a cute little puppy that barks and scampers all kinds of cuteness.
Settling in Bandung is both awesome and kind of aggravating. In exchange for the breathtaking views, cooler climate and timely breezes...we're isolated up on the mountain, and it takes ...