The Palais Dago Hotel
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... plants, with each guest getting their own traditional hut to eat within. As the sun set and the lights around the restaurant paths switched on, it turned into a very romantic setting. The only let down was the food which was average at best, however the setting is worth the trip alone.
Next stop is Yogyakatra, a place full of beautiful temples, which will involve an eight hour train journey from Bandung. Stay ...
... a private car for the next day. We want to visit the nearby volcanoe and hot springs but without a car it involves many bus changes and a 10km walk, the car is £30 including the driver and fuel for 12 hours which we think is great value.
After wasting a couple of hours trying and failing to find a bank for a cash advance we make our way to tangkuban perahu (via a small floating market) and the sulphur creeps into the car before we've even parked. ...
... people that talked really loud. Myself, Janet and Brian shared chicken and beef satay, pad thai and Singapore noodles. Not bad at all.
Another early night and it's off to Pangandaran in the morning. We were warned that it is a long road trip. We have mostly ladies on board so I anticipate lots of breaks!
Fun fact: Indonesians serve chocolate sprinkles at the breakfast table! Haven't figured out what they put it on but it sounds good to ...
... saying or typing it...so my sister named it Fred, and it's stuck ever since.
Well, despite the fact that one of the drivers (Asep the Awesome) has been popping into our house to check up on it and clean it twice a week, when Kyle walked into our house we realized that Fred was everywhere - and I mean it honestly. With the humidity and the rain lately, everything had Fred on it.
Fred was deeply rooted into the actual mattress of our bed, as well as ...
... leave because he was getting so sick....unfortunately for him, he got the scolding of his life from his wife not only that night but the following day.
Banks was just taking it, and people in the bar were coming around and taking pictures with the boys, especially with the viking helmets.
Well we left when the bar closed, so that's how you know it's a good night, but then I had to get us into a taxi. So it was me, drunken Kyle, drunken Banks, and the drunken Indian ...