Tea Garden Resort Bandung
Travel Blogs from Bandung
... has been early to anything. Normally time is of no importance to Indonesian’s, things happen when they happen. So at 7.30 on the dot it was into a blue bird taxi and to Gambir train station, the biggest station in Jakarta. With passports out and ready getting through to the platform was easy and after a short wait for our train we were ready to leave. The train journey from Jakarta to Bandung offers some beautiful scenery. On the right side are rolling mountains and on ...
... told me I could take the bus on the road side to the the volcano entrance, The driver wanted 75,000! I decided to walk. Only for another bus to pull right up and offer me the trip for 30,000. Still a rip, but a lot cheaper. While Bandung lacks andy charm and beauty, the surrounding countryside is incredible. Leaving the city it becomes less crowded, tea plantations and numerous crops line the hillside. Small collections of houses hug the hillside. ...
... One of the workers looked very very young, smoking, whilst using the machinery, our guide said he was actually13 years old, I am still not convinced. Not quite the same food hygiene standards as back home! Next stop an animated puppet maker, we even got to have a go, it is not as easy as it looks. Green canyon gorge (Cujang Taneuh) was our next stop, travelling up in local ...
... inspection [at home] we realized they were just prints made on canvas. But that was not matter, we got free prints! Banks got a Java farmer, Alice got the Balinese dancer, Kyle got Hendrix and I got one for my Mum...which I shant reveal until it’s been sent.
There were places that had masks and figurines, but they were really expensive [even by CDN] so i just waited patiently.
The zoo was fun, lots of fun, but definitely something I would only need to visit ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service