The Palais Dago Hotel
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... going back out again in search of food. Eventually coming across a large mall, avoiding the lure of Pull & Bear we went straight for some food in a basement food court. Selecting our own dishes this time, I went for some Korean food rediscovering just how wonderfully tasty and spicy it is - Korea didn't get its fair shot of food places to fully evaluate how good it is, but recalling the few dishes we had, the food was ...
... a mixture of volcanoes, springs and craters that can be visited. One of the guys in the guesthouse had invited us to join a day tour to some of the sights in the south of the city but after a bit of research we established we could do that, or the volcano in the north much cheaper ourselves. We didn't really do much with the rest of the day, having an epic nap as the evening rolled in. It was quite late when we came round but needed food so walked down the ...
... brother, and I remember that the energy and the atmosphere made me feel like the biggest TFC fan ever. It was much the same here, but in a different way. Three sections were for the supporters. On our far right was a group that had posted paper onto the seats in bright colours saying that PERSIB were 2014 Champions, and they had coordinated movements where they moved side to side or up and down, with drums beating and flags waving. On our far left was another group that ...
... Jalan Asia Afrika, one of the oldest roads in the city dating back to the Dutch colony. We even got to see the oldest bridge, where the waterways were introduced by the Dutch. Sean was a great tourguide and told us nifty history tidbits about the names for certain things. One of the most important roads was named for the white rhinos that were decimated when the jungle was cut away for land developments. According to Sean, the 'Ci' that's part of many of the names for ...
... if we notice any difference after some rainy days then we'll call in the school workers to deal with it.
Rainy season has it's plus sides, but we're getting the good and the bad.
- cooler weather
- cleaner looking outdoors
- huge thunder storms that rumble and crack like the Wrath of God (awesome!)
- influx of bugs making an exodus for shelter
- sewage smell
- discovery of leaking things
- difficult to dry ...