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 ...
... Dutch settler who build it. The city tour continued with a look at the University of Technology – for its traditional Sudanese designs and use of tik wood, and also a palace build by the Dutch, which includes influences in design from all major religions in Indonesia. The palace is certainly grand and now holds the Bandung parliament officials. The city tour ended with a trip to a regional village that put on a performance for us. The performance was done by children from ...
... 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 ...
... super protective and aggressive. While I was cooking in the kitchen with windows closed, she was hissing at me like a fiend, so I could only imagine what it would be like to try and go out there and hang laundry.
Well, Kyle and I tried to think of what to do and with the helpful advice of a few colleagues, we decided the best option was to try and trap the mother with the kittens and relocate them somewhere far away. This way the mother wouldn't be able to journey back ...
... the number on it but also the hand signal that went with it when the conductor made the motions. So the hostess began with having each number wiggle their angklung. To get the correct note you have to hold it at opposite corners (top and bottom) and then just wiggle and the bamboo core shakes around a bamboo reed, which elicits the sound. Very bamboo wind chime, sound-wise. Then the hostess had us play Do Re Mi in order to hear the difference the notes, which was ...
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