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Tangkuban perahu Left the hotel at ard 730. Took around 1.5 hrs to get to tangkuban perahu. The entrance fee on weekdays is 200,000 and 300,000 on weekends and public holidays for foreigners. So we paid 300,000. The view was pretty amazing but be careful of the locals who are selling stuff. Don't show any interest of you don't intend to buy any or they'll end up following you around. Other than that, it's quite safe. Wanted to stop by the floating market on the ...
... dispersed around 1am.
So, feeling less than fully refreshed we left Carita on Monday morning to head to Bagedur beach near Malingping. A couple of new sectional riders had joined in Carita for the next three weeks and their first experience of cycling in Indonesia was some fairly chaotic, busy roads leading out of Carita beach. This started to give us a bad impression of what cycling in Java was going to be like, but we needn't have worried, and after 10km, we turned ...
... look for experience in hiking, it's not too difficult and the camp ground is very spacious.
Don't be surprised if you see a motorcycle (or some) pass you by, it's really weird though because you're trying to enjoy nature with the background music of motorcycle engines. Be patient, grasshopper, get out of your tent at night and look up at the stars- it will pay off. It's literally a thousand-stars hotel ;)
... in my classroom. Definitely going to find myself a bag or purse or SOMETHING of Shaun the Sheep, because he makes me laugh and he's so gosh darn adroable! Love me some claymation!
Kyle and are now into the school year and luckily we're managing fine. I never really left the teaching mindset, but Kyle has definitely floated right in and picked the ball up. It's different teaching a different system to a bunch of very different children, but that's International teaching ...
... Easter is a
big holiday time in Muslim Indonesia. Lots of people in Jakarta return
to their home towns & lots of them must come from Bandung. The lady
clerk at the station, which we had reached after an agonisingly slow
cab ride from the airport in a solid line of traffic, uttered only one
word: full (or maybe fool).
We found a taxi who agreed to take us to Bandung for 70,000 rupiah
per person (about 10 Singapore dollars each) which seemed ...