Vue Palace Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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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 ...
If you want to go to Indonesia why would you go to Bandung?
Well we hadn't planned to either!
In 1986 Dad had travelled in Indonesia and he met a young lady at the foreign exchange place in Bandung. They became good friends, Dad returned to visit her and later she came to NZ twice with her husband Roy, and we met them in Omokoroa 18 years ago.
So our travels included a visit to her and her family.
We needed a temporary visa - available at the airport. But no ...
... All we saw were some alters and a few tourists asking us what we had just seen.
As part of our days excursion we also went to some hot springs. We were surprised to be taken to a commercialised variety, instead of the natural type we would have preferred. Nevertheless, due to the hot springs of any kind being very good for my leg; we went anyway. It was holidays and weekend so we were almost the only tourists in sight.
The last stop was to see ...
... vacuum packed breast meat at home. Sinews, cartilage, bone and skin are often the name of the game in Asia, Occasionally you may get a bit of actual chicken meat but this is extremely rare, its like mining for gold. One glance at the skinny chickens roaming around the yard further indicates there is not a morsel of meat to be had! From then on I was pretty much a vegetarian throughout my time in Indonesia, my rationale being it was certainly cheaper and I am quite happy to avoid ...
... We tidied up other people's bags to create more space and managed to squeeze in my backpack and our small backpack but we cannot put Daniel's backpack…. in the end we managed to squeeze it in under the seat and Daniel also managed to find a space to sit down. Phew… it was such a big effort! They sell more than a number of seats on the train, so it was overcrowded and people were everywhere. Bench was very uncomfortable ...