The Cherry Homes Hotel and Residence
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Left jakarta at 8am visited a tea plantation for a nice break then drove to a homestay we arrived after 4 hours driving.
Visited fish farm where we had fish spa and used a bamboo raft before heading back for dinner. Played card games all night.
Left at 8am to drive to Bandung...
Tipped homestay owners aswell as the guys who drove us ...
... freely running around and constantly fed carrots by the visitors. I also saw a kebab floating stand, something I never expected, although there was no chance I would try the kebab given the colour of the meat didn't match anything I had ever seen before.
Finally, we went to the well known Kampung Daun restaurant to see what all the fuss was about. The restaurant is set in a beautiful surrounding of mini waterfalls ...
... with a FFE and sometimes with a rear spoiler as well! So yeah, I took one of these to reach the Lake. FINALLY!
I should say, that by this time I was bored (mainly due to the traffic) and had no interest in the lake. I just wanted to see it now so that if someone asked me, “oh you went to Bandung? Did you see Kawah Putih?” and I did not want to say “No”. But the view that awaited me was far more worth than the effort I had taken to see it. In ...
... than either of us thought we would. The tarps of the stalls makes good shelter from the sun and is noticeably a few degrees cooler compared to the sun.
After the cooking supply store we went to an electronics centre that was pretty impressive inside with lots of air conditioning. Very cool but nothing Kyle and I needed.
Walking through the streets, it felt a lot more third world. Buildings were significantly more dilapitated and the streets looked like they'd ...
... my Mum's hugs can't be substituted or bottled for me. So a Mum Hug will be the first order of business.
Right now, Kyle and I are preparing our students for the semestral exams, which to be honest has been pretty stressful. Most of our students are not native English speakers....in fact probably only 7 kids in the whole school are (our Chaplain's kids) so testing is a bit of a struggle. But we've managed to get some good done.
Kyle had his ...