Hotel Jayakarta Bandung
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The car we were driving back in had no air conditioning, so between the heat and the vehicle exhausts, it was very uncomfortable, even with the driving distractions. Back in Jakarta in one piece, everyone then went out for supper, which meant back into a car, no thanks, bread and water will suffice.
Motorcycle of the Day: White ...
... Bandung five hours after leaving the condo, well it was certainly worth the drive (apart from aging ten years). The villa and views are incredible.
After supper it was a drive into the town, which is no different than anywhere else - traffic jams. Skyped with Dad and Susan and caught up on all the festive news.
Motorcycle of the Day: Waiting For A ...
... 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 ...
... Wiki) is dormant but other websites said it was 'inactive'. It last erupted in 1983. The day after our visit - there was a minor eruption - enough to raise the status to 'Red' and to evacuate a radius of 1.5km!! There were two further eruptions after that and the latest is that it "continues to have small explosive eruptions" ..."and increase is seismic activity over the last year suggests that new magma continues ...
... I have seen, I imagine. Not that his family is wealthy, but they are upper middle class. There were probably far more people living in a tiny home than lived in Halef's large house of 6 people. The contrast between this kind of slum/wealthier neighborhood is much different that I imagine the same situation would be in, say, Latin America or even in the USA. Halef's family has a locked fence and a handyman who works around the house, but he is no armed ...