Tea Garden Resort Bandung
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... on how to travel down to Pangandaran in the morning, as well as grabbing a local map for finding food later on. A very helpful tourist information lady's pretty much wrote everything we could ever need to know down for us, so we plan to just show it to people if we get into complications at any point! A cheap taxi road took us to our hotel that was a bit hidden away off the main streets, briefly enjoying the nice ...
... 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 ...
... it's nice and cool, and it's not as congested in our neighbourhood. Bandung is actually a bowl, and Cigadung is a bit higher up near the rim of the bowl. As we drove to the centre of the city towards the bottom of the bowl, it changed quite a bit in front of us. It's not like Kyle and I need to venture very far from home to get things done, so this was a good opportunity to discover new things about Bandung.
It was hot, crowded and teeming with people once we got ...
... and discovered that our roof was actually broken. So now we've got a lot of water damage on our ceiling plaster, probably rotting wood in our attic....but their solution was to fix the tiles on our roof. It works for now, but I'm just glad I don't own this house!
For now, our roof seems to be holding up to the rain. We've spotted some other water damaged areas on the ceiling, but we can't tell if they were already there or not. So the plan is for us to just keep an eye on ...