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... disembarking the train it was time to brave the streets and walk to our hotel. The Serena hotel is where will spend our only night in Bandung. The hotel seems relatively new inside the lobby, with decorative wood structures on display. The rooms are quite comfortable and this place has hot water so there is no complaining from me. It was a rushed check in around 12pm and then we were in a car on the way to lunch with a local tour guide Pak Teiz and a local driver. Lunch at ...
... us as we passed.
Me: "So the street is lined with bars, lets walk down and find one we like the look of."
Kent: "Okay man"
Walking down the street I hear Oasis's "Dont look back in Anger" being played over the soundsystem.
Me: "Kent we are going in there"
Instead it was actually a live band playing, Indonesians are fantastic musicians. Insanely talented and also know how to party. With Kent getting the beers in ...
... bags (I'm sorry, Hun) and go get foods.
At 6 p.m., heavy rain fell down. Luckily, we bought an umbrella. We then asked to board the bus, I don't know, maybe at 6.15 or 6.20 pm. And there we were, at the back-est seats sitting down calmly and I was very very excited.
A little delayed from the first departure time, the bus left its pool.
We were leaving in the heavy rain. Bye-bye Bandung, see you again in the next 4 days. From the informations ...
... then went back downstairs for a tie-dye workshop where we used natural dyes to tie-dye our cotton handkerchief we were given. It was a lot of fun. Next stop was the geology museum. It was very old in some places and yet very new in others. Some of the artifacts in the museum were incredible. The old meteorites and fossils were really interesting and there were lots of them. It went through and showed the volcanic 'Ring of Fire' that Indonesia is part of. Upstairs in ...
... realized that WE were the exhibits and not the animals.
I bought a Shaun the Sheep balloon and towed it along with me, which was hilarious but slightly inconveniencing. Kyle bought peanuts that you apparently feed to the animals to entice them to get closer. And it also just so happened to be World Tiger Day! [hooray!]
So we begin walking along, but because this zoo was originally a botanical garden it doesn’t really have the foot planning for a zoo, ...
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