The Cherry Homes Hotel and Residence
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... can see from the photos caused a little traffic hazard . We had lunch at a cafe called Burangrang which is part of a huge family leisure park, Dusun Bambu. The weather prevented us from exploring the place further but it looked amazing . Then headed home for our last night before taking the train tomorrow to ...
... production with at times over 100 staff.On the way home we stopped at a batik shop where Roy and his best friend Anyan wanted to buy us batik clothes. The variety was huge and made our choices difficult.
Then a stop at another cake shop - a friend of Tania's who is coming to NZ in June. They wanted info about travel in NZ. But we were again supplied with tasty morsels to the extent that we couldn't face dinner at home - our last dinner.
Next morning the girls went off ...
... to go to Tankuban Perahu volcano, with a Dutch guy by Ojek (motorbike); there would be two drivers taking each of us there first thing in the morning.
I discarded my walking aid and Mathijs and I Set off on an enjoyable adventure. After an hr and a half passing through Lembang we arrived. There were a few animals to see on the way such as a massive shiny beetle, a lovely big violet butterfly, a man carrying a whole load of ducks ...
... s also no cockroaches, because Kyle and I dispelled of them, and we've never had a snake back there.
However, with four cats living in our back area it smelled like a massive litter box. The smell was so potent and so pungent, that I couldn't even leave the window open in the kitchen while I was cooking. This meant that we wouldn't be able to put our clothes out to dry, because it would just result in the stinkiest laundry ever. To add to that, the mother cat ...
... pieces and capes that look like a peacock's tail.
Then they played us different levels of angklungs. They had the little kids play and then they got older and the songs more complicated. They had some awesome Mozart, Beatles, Elvis, and then oldies that my Mum always sang in the car that I have no idea the titles of. Alice's mom seemed to liked it though!
Then they showed us how to play. The kids came around and gave each person an angklung that had ...