Hotel Jayakarta Bandung
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... path to gain a better view and a more peaceful surrounding, i.e. away from the various market sellers. This was our first glimpse of what is likely in store over the next few days.
On the way back to the hotel we stopped off at the floating market. Although not the magnitude and buzz we witnessed in Thailand, it was a very peaceful setting and a beautiful area to walk around. We stopped at an area where various ...
... through lower down. Dara sensibly took the day off the bike on this day to act as official photographer and got some great shots of riders and scenery.
The hotel that night was a wonderful little oasis and had a great open air restaurant set around a huge fish pond. It seemed to be really popular with local well-heeled families for Friday lunch, and our evening meal was great with a huge variety of meat, fish and vegetable dishes. The food in Java has definitely been ...
08:00am : -breakfast at hotel. -went to train station to buy ticket back to Jakarta tomorrow. -price is Rp90,000 for first class. 10:00am : -shopping at Pasar Baru Trade Center. -ate lunch at the food court here. -better ask the price for the food before you ordered it. 12:15pm : -catch a cab to Jalan Dago where it full of factory outlet. -you can get a branded brands with low price. 07:15pm : -catch a cab to Paris Van Java. -drink Starbucks. 08:30pm : -back to hotel and ...
... I asked the police. The straight road right in front of me went to Jakarta directly and would be a shorter distance. The road to my left went to Puncak, and would take longer. In the meantime, I saw a couple of cars go on the straight road, which was also the right one according to both my GPS. Thought why not try? Overcome your fears Tronus! Unicron will guide you!
Full beam – ON, HID Lamps – ON, geared up? – YES. Rev her and go! The speedo went ...
Living in abroad can be tough, really tough actually. I miss home; the family, the friends, the way things work. Despite the fact that I don't drive, I've never really felt isolated when I'm home in Canada, so being completely dependent on Angkots and taxis can be really exhausting and frustrating. Going grocery shopping or even just to dinner, can be a frustrating adventure as you wait for a taxi to come, then get stuck in traffic or maybe the ...