How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
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With a motorbike that I got from a gym instructor I made my way up to the remote village Kampung Naga. The way led along a curvy street by a river, surrounded by steep rice field terraces, banana and palm trees.. I guess some of the most beautiful landscape I ever saw! It's hard to believe that I did not see a single tourist on that entire day.
My goal, the village Kampung Naga, is inhabited by Sundanese people who still live in a very traditional way, without ...
... The minibus is much smaller than what we consider a minibus to be in the UK, in fact probably a large car would be better to describe it. With three school bus seats in the back and one in the front next to the driver, the maximum capacity for the vehicle was ten - this of course meant nothing as 16 of us were bundled in! The bus only leaves when full, fortunately we were the 13/14th to arrive so didn't have to wait long. Up close and personal and I sat on a stool ...
... movement in the players because there always seemed to be someone injured. What was the most distracting was everything but the game, I would often to mesmerized with the coordinated movements of the supporters or looking at the red and purple flares being lit at random times. It was hard to stay focused on the game.
At half time I had to go to the bathroom, so Alice came with me and we had quite the adventure. None of the girls bathrooms were open, the doors ...
... of batik, I paid 90,000 rupiah (= $9 CDN). Pretty awesome compared to the cost of fabric at home.
Alice and I have already decided that when we have time and money, we'll take a taxi down and spend our entire day to discovering Pasa Baru...the building at least. Though the shops had good fabric outside of the building, many of them were closed and we knew we'd have more options under the circumstances inside.
There's a lot to see inside Pasa Baru. There are ...
... done. So if we're going out for dinner, we have the taxi standby and just all pool in for the cost. It's still cheap compared to back home, but definitely a lot of money going out to it when it adds up.
We've managed to go to High Tea at our favourite restaurant, which is very posh and the It Place to visit for Jakartans. We've gone to Bali Seafood a few times, which Kyle would like to make a routine each paycheck to dine at.
All in all, Kyle and I are getting used ...