Hotel Jayakarta Bandung
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... back and relax for an hour or so here. With the bubbling water and smell of sulphur, you could **** until you're blue in the face here and no one would be the wiser.
After the hot springs, i headed back to Bandung where i began preparations for the following day. I had a long train journey to Yogyakarta in the morning and wanted to pack my bag and buy my snacks and supplies ready. This meant longer in bed and i could basically just get up and go when the alarm went off at ...
... road topped out and gradually descended through beautiful tea plantations and then a huge rubber tree plantation. It was a nice, easy day's cycling and ended in a place called Turtle Beach. We stayed in villas on a resort right on the beach and the beach cafe had fantastic views across the ocean. Unfortunately it was the wrong time of year to see the turtles that nested at the nearby sanctuary from which the beach took its name. The hotel had a cockatoo that was let out of its cage ...
... where we have our best £3 massages yet with hot stones. Getting into our private car after a massage seems the height of luxury! He next takes us to an Australian cafe for dinner where we both enjoy pizzas, I have rendang curry pizza which is delish.
Bandung has been a surprisingly fun stop and we leave thinking we could happily stay on a few more days but we're really looking forward to Sumatra and the possibility of seeing some orangutans!
... classics, the crowd was given 1 of 8 different simple angklungs and with some simple instruction and two people doing hand directions, the whole crowd did about 4 different songs. At the very end there was a massive audience invited dance on the stage. I was picked by one of the kids as one of hte last picked- I must have been intimidating :P
After the preformance, we slept and got ready for the bus ride to Pangandaran, the home town of our guide Maman.
... I decided to give the smaller boy my hat. I had worn it for 2 months and bought it in Kuta way at the start - it made sense to give it back at the end. Neza and I headed back to the apartment pretty late, so I just packed, ate the rest of the food had had previously bought and chatted with Neza till it was time to catch my bus to the airport in Jakarta - at around 2am. It was a tough good bye...but I know I will see them again... ...