Tea Garden Resort Bandung
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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which was more than enough. I didn't really like Bandung. There was not much to see and the traffic was horrible. Was of the highlights was a show I attended with kids played local instruments and performed local dances from the different islands of ...
... spent time looking out our overall Indonesia route and what to do. After food we headed to the train station to get information on trains to Yogyakarta, our next destination, but there were massive queues so we didn't bother. With the rain looking like it was about to set in we cut our plans short and headed back to the guesthouse. Conscious that there didn't seem to be much going on in the city we looked further afield for recommendations. As it turns out nearby ...
... ticket ($12.70 CDN).
Once in our seats we still managed to get some attention, and plenty of people came up to us to get photos with us. Kyle got interviewed twice by TV stations about what he knows about PERSIB, how long he's been a fan of PERSIB (a day, basically) and what soccer is liked in comparison with Canada. Alice was interviewed as well, and was quite enjoyed with her excellent Bahasa skills.
I've only ever been to a BMO Toronto FC match once ...
... out of the building and now Pasa Baru is an entire area surrounding and including the building. It was something we hadn't ventured towards, mainly because it was a little intimidating, but with Sean's expertise it would be a fun adventure.
Sean picked us all up just after 10am and we drove down with his driver and son to the centre of Bandung.
I sometimes find that I forget how lucky Kyle and I are to be living up on the mountain in Cigadung. We're surrounded ...
... section of our ceiling near our bathroom was leaking a considerable amount of water. In fact, it was more like a pond! Because it was a section of the wall and not an isolated drip, we didn't have enough buckets to catch the water, so we had to put down blankets to absorb the water. Thankfully, the SCHOOL provided bedsheets which we don't use, so we just used the comforter and sheets to pick up the water. When we got the school to come in the next day to fix it, they went up into ...