Hotel Jayakarta Bandung
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It's Saturday morning and we're at sea about half way to Jakarta having early morning coffee in the cabin. Today we're going to a travel show of all the excursions for the first part of the trip, attend a photo digital workshop and watch a culinary demonstration. At 1600 hrs we watched as the staff polliwogs (newbies) were initiated by King Neptune for crossing the equator for the first time.In the meantime some big things were being worked on ...
... of happiness. The performance ended and it was back to the hotel from there. With an hours free time before dinner I fiddled around on wifi. Now dinner was interesting. Our group heading to a local restaurant where we were told we would have many small meals placed on the table from which we could choose. Some of these meals included dried cows lungs, curried brains and curried liver, dried beef and chili, beef rengang, (whole) squid curry and mixed spiced vegetables just to name ...
... All we saw were some alters and a few tourists asking us what we had just seen.
As part of our days excursion we also went to some hot springs. We were surprised to be taken to a commercialised variety, instead of the natural type we would have preferred. Nevertheless, due to the hot springs of any kind being very good for my leg; we went anyway. It was holidays and weekend so we were almost the only tourists in sight.
The last stop was to see ...
... house because she wouldn't be able to travel with the kittens. We also decided that during this whole trapping scheme we would adopt one of the kittens (the smallest one) and keep it ourselves. We'd raise it and possibly even bring it with us to our next contract and eventually back to Canada.
Well as they say, 'the best laid plans of mice and men'....despite the fact that we'd enlisted the help of our favourite driver, Asep the Awesome, we stopped seeing the kittens and ...
... t help but sing along. Then she taught us the hand signals that the conductor and teachers give so that students pay attention for when they see their hand signal and play the note. Then it was full on music time! We played a lot of fun songs, and Kyle and I actually had a lot of fun doing it.
After the angklung, we went with our driver, Jojo, to Bali Seafood for dinner! That was fantastic! You just choose the seafood, choose the sauce and they cook it ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services