Hotel Jayakarta Bandung
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... ticket ($12.70 CDN).
Once in our seats we still managed to get some attention, and plenty of people came up to us to get photos with us. Kyle got interviewed twice by TV stations about what he knows about PERSIB, how long he's been a fan of PERSIB (a day, basically) and what soccer is liked in comparison with Canada. Alice was interviewed as well, and was quite enjoyed with her excellent Bahasa skills.
I've only ever been to a BMO Toronto FC match once ...
... decided on a small canteen style restaurant which had everything pre cooked and sitting in the window. (For how long we were not sure)The menu was simple; a cup of rice with some yellow stuff on it, next to some green leafy stuff, a spoon full if chili, and a choice of meat (chicken, lamb, squid, fish, and unknown). I played it safe and had the lamb, and flo had the lamb and ...
... took my gear off (biking shoes aka safety shoes, shin guards, padded vest, motocross helmet & balaclava) and laid down for a while. Time to call base (home) and say "I am OKAY!". That's where I snapped the foto 3.
Thereon, the progress was slow as traffic had increased by now. I had booked a hotel in Bandung (nicknamed the Paris of Indonesia, for reasons unknown to mankind); but the check-in was at 1400. So I decided to goto Tangkuban Perahu (a dormant volcano) about ...
... activity has started in the form of intermittent ash explosions from the crater since 4 March. The explosions were small and phreatic in origin with no fresh magma involved and caused by overheated groundwater according to Surono, head of the Center for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation (PVMBG) in Bandung.
Explosions continued yesterday and today with an increasing trend. One today lasted 8 minutes and produced an ash ...
... Advisory: This entry may come off as spiteful towards Indonesia but in all honesty it’s pretty friggin’ awesome here despite all the craziness.
On Tuesday I went to Singapore to get my Indonesian work VISA (finally). Basically the school pays $300 SD (Singapore Dollars) to some agency and it miraculously gets done in like 10 hours… Odd considering they’ve had all the required info that they ...
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