Hotel Jayakarta Bandung
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... desserts. Once again our private tour guide, who stayed with us as we joined the bus tour, gave us rain ponchos and told us that the rain was coming. And then he said NOW and IT DID. Beautiful warm, tropical rain.
We said goodbye to Borobudur by boarding bus #8 and with 7 police escorts, sirens and flashing light, headed back to the ship, a welcomed sight we hadn't seen in two days.
Next stop - ...
... co-operative. Many of the flowers were recognisable to us, poinsettia, chrysanthemum, rose, petunia, fuchsia, geranium for example. A short walk around one of these local villages was interesting, as was going into a small, local market.
The proliferation of flower-growing soon gave way to extensive vegetable ...
... out of us. So it was already approaching 5pm by the time we were heading home. It was definitely a day that was exhausting, but a lot of fun. I'm glad that we adventured to Pasa Baru, especially with Sean because he's been around for so long and isn't afraid to investigate new places. Alice and I will definitely find our way back there again, but I'm not sure that Kyle would. It was busy and crowded, and not his kind of thing (I think, anyways).
Just another adventure in Bandung.
... I got to go Dago Shopping with Alice and the Aussie Fam! I grabbed a cab from my house and jetted to the Anggrek Shopping Hotel that was attached to Riau Junction. Then off we went!
I felt bad for Lee, it was quite the sensory overload for her. It was her first time in Indonesia, and just walking along the street or crossing the street was a bit of an ordeal for her. Don't get me wrong, it's taken some getting used to just to cross the street, but I'm kind ...