Mason Pine Hotel
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... path to gain a better view and a more peaceful surrounding, i.e. away from the various market sellers. This was our first glimpse of what is likely in store over the next few days.
On the way back to the hotel we stopped off at the floating market. Although not the magnitude and buzz we witnessed in Thailand, it was a very peaceful setting and a beautiful area to walk around. We stopped at an area where various ...
... like Beryl's , Malaysia Chocolate ?
They say Bandung is shopping haven , I found the boutique price similar as Malaysia.
You can visit Cibaduyut the leather shoe street and Pasar Baru for local ingredients and garments , basically places where local do their daily purchases.
I omitted the city tour due to my short stay but I will re-visit this town again for sure.
... it and calling another taxi group. ---- and I don't remember how this was going after that, the only thing i know for sure, we got a taxi by our self looking on the street although we already ordered a taxi. :p (well, a taxi from the same group)
Arriving in the bus pool. So crowded. There were so many people wanted to leave Bandung, eh? The weather was cloudy, and I was hungry!! Glad there was a fast food restaurant near the pool. I left my boyfriend ...
... 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, ...