Tanjung Lesung Bay Villas Hotel & Resort
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... back and relax for an hour or so here. With the bubbling water and smell of sulphur, you could **** until you're blue in the face here and no one would be the wiser.
After the hot springs, i headed back to Bandung where i began preparations for the following day. I had a long train journey to Yogyakarta in the morning and wanted to pack my bag and buy my snacks and supplies ready. This meant longer in bed and i could basically just get up and go when the alarm went off at ...
... conditions in Jakarta is the worst in the world than any other country. It is told through the media and public.
When we arrived at Bandung area, the first place we went was in Toko Tiga,
Address : Toko Tiga, Jl. A. Yani No. 112-116, Bandung, Jawa Barat, Indonesia
Here, designer clothes are sold at cheaper prices than the market price, but the quality may be slightly different from the original. Brands such as Fred ...
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 ...
The photobooth was close by and we took alot of funny pictures.
I was exhausted when we got back to CUPS and Dennis offered me a lift home.
I thanked Oci and her friend for showing me around a different side of Bandung and I hopped on the back of Dennis' motorbike.
We rode off into the traffic and whistle at girls as we pass - even though he can not speak English that well, he can still understand the universal language of the wolf whistle.
... than an hour, we only pay between 25 000 rph - 50 000 rph (= 2.50$-5$). But the inconvenience, the waiting and the cost really do add up. After all, we only came to Indonesia with so much money.
With our isolation on the mountain, we're trying to find things to do. Golfing in the heat doesn't sound overly enjoyable...I don't particularly like golf to begin with, and Kyle detests the humidity, so that's pretty much a No Go.
So on ...