Tea Garden Resort Bandung
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... and Singapore … Have not found the plane yet and have called off the search for the evening.
Like Christmas, New Year's festivities and celebrations are not the same as in the west. Looking forward to the Chinese New Year. Short nap before supper. Rained a couple of times today, but just quick showers. Another spectacular fireworks show this evening.
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... the ardous trek up to Tiger's Nest in Bhutan.) The crater was quite amazing. It looked and felt like we were on another planet - there were thick sulphur fumes, volcanic mud was literally boiling and hot water was shooting up white sprays. The ground was rocky and I am sure there is a scientific name for it but there were areas which looked like it was cemented.
As we got closer to photograph the ...
Woke up at around 6:30am and had a little breakfast. I learned a long time ago that the word for breakfast is "makan pagi". Makan means "eat" and pagi means "morning". So you can basically extrapolate the names of the meals from the time of day. Makan pagi = breakfast Makan siang = lunch Makan malam = dinner Well, I learned today that most Indoesians use the word "sarapan" for breakfast. Most English people who've learned a little Indonesian wouldn't know ...
... the guys that I watch UFC with at Jerome’s place. Cass and Alice don’t drink, Dennis was driving, and Pitchai- in addition to being a math teacher, is at least 50 and Indian so he doesn’t exactly get wild (although he had a couple). This left Jerome and I to take down a solid 5 extra-large pitchers of Carlsberg and considering that there were $6.20(Canadian) each and I was ****** about my phone it was an ...
... tourists, a few Burqas, and also a few from the middle east. The hot springs were boiling! Men and women would dip their legs and arms in the mud and get massages from their guides. We just dipped our feet in and washed out hands. After a while, we got hungry and wanted to just casually boil our eggs in an active volcano...so we did!! We then made our way back to the carpark, where we has arranged to meet our driver...we hoped. :S On our way back, we saw wild black monkeys and ...