Tanjung Lesung Bay Villas Hotel & Resort
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Bidding farewell to Singapore with lots of toast and peanut butter, our last explorations being to a mall close by for changing our leftover monies. Not the most exciting of blogs today! We returned to pack our bags and spent a bit of time planning where we will stay in Indonesia alongside our general route from Jakarta across to Bali, before catching an MRT to the airport. It took about 45 minutes to get there, perfectly in ...
... Ralph Lauren, Levis and so much dominate this store.
After that, we went to the venue of the apartment gateway for our accomodation. Cost of this place are IDR1.1million per night.
Address : Gateway Apartment, JL. Ahmad Yani, No. 669, Cicadas, Bandung, West Java, Indonesia
Get short rest for the weary release. Then at night we took a dinner recommend by Pak Ratno. Sate Maulana Yusuf, very delicious for us. maybe cause ...
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 ...
... 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]
... over the new found oasis Indonesia. The caves however, we're used for hiding Dutch and Japanese and also the Dirch used the tunnel chambers for artillery, communications, prisons cells and interrogation. The caves are rumored to be haunted and the photos that I took were showered in circles of light...Neza and I were t scared, but the deeper we went - the more scared our guide became... Outside there were a group of 50 plus primary school children who ...