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... made the dinning experience a whole new kind of fun. I ordered a drink called the café de avocate, unsurprisingly a combination of coffee, milk and avocado, which was delicious all be it rich. For a main I ordered staghetti, a combination of sate chicken and spaghetti. This was an incredibly flavorsome meal and probably one of the hottest chili flavors I’ve had in Indonesia. After lunch I went to go for an innocent window shop that as you ...
We thought that after all the driving of the previous day, Salju might want to have a lie-in today. But no, he said a 10am start (as suggested by us) was too late, so after breakfast we were picked up by Salju at 9. First stop - the old town. It was a 50mm day for me and I realised (again) that shooting in 50mm makes me happier than most other mm! The old town was buzzing with activity - scouts and guides on an excursion, colourful bicycles lined up for rent, kids ...
... the end of their night.
When we arrived at my actual hotel, it was a pretty nice place and also after midnight. The next morning I went for breakfast and met up with a scotsman named George, who was to share my room. In my groggy state, I didn't catch what greeting he said to me and thought he was speaking french. Apologizing for having bad french, I quickly realized he was, in fact, scottish. Apologizing again (very Canadian, eh?) we got off to ...
... at the end of the benches. The hall continues past that row of classrooms with more classrooms down the wall on the left and the complimentary room at the end on the left as well. The hall turns to the right and the rooms on either side in the back are the consultant rooms with the computer room called the speaking center at the end.
It was a nice little change with some cool people working there.
... our money down my knickers, just in case. But we shouldn't have worried; he'd turned off the road to pick up the rowdiest, loudest, funniest group of women we've met in Indonesia. They all had their children and could only speak a tiny bit of English but they were such a laugh! They spent ages pointing at my nose and laughing at how long it was (it happens a lot here...) then chatting to us. No matter what we said they thought it was hilarious and it cheered us up no end!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service