Tea Garden Resort Bandung
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... everything! Funniest thing: the bride wanted to take a photo with me on official ceremony chair hahahaha :-)) Even the parents joined in for the photo session, so I'm actually not so sure if I'm married nor or not LOL ;-) She was quite pretty indeed.. Eventually they invited me to the wedding ceremony, but really sad that I already have my train ticket, hostel room and driver for tomorrow morning (and no phone number to cancel aaaaah!!)... Nevermind, was a great day :)
... on this beautiful landscape! :'( Also there is a mahooosive problem with rubbish, it's in the rivers that run through the towns in the docks, in the fields, in piles that are the size of small hills at the side of the road and people keep adding and adding!! My head is just spinning knowing that all if this will either stay there and decompose leaving chemicals and damage the environment or be picked up and sent to landfill basically the same thing!! ...
... and not red, which is the Jakarta team's colours.
Despite the match not starting until 3:30pm we were picked up at 10am. Oki explained that we needed to travel a little outside of the city into the rural areas of Bandung. If we left even at 11am, we probably wouldn't make it in time for the match because the traffic would be so bad. Naturally we were all a bit skeptical, but true to form the traffic showed up. A 30km drive took us 2h30min and most of it ...
... addiction, and some passion fruit. PASSION FRUIT: Atlanta Hong Kong Supermarket: $2-3 each Carrefour, PVJ Mall in Bandung: 20¢ each!!! Seriously. Each box of passion fruit that gets shipped to America apparently gets its own ******* seat on the plane!!! After a few laps around he mall, we met Halef's mom and eight other members of the family at Puri Bambu for dinner. It was absolutely delicious. Halef found a few vegetarian things on the ...
It's well into Rainy Season now! Allegedly it begins at the end of September, but it really hasn't been full on rainy season until November. October had a few good downpours a couple times a week, but now that November is coming to an end, we have full on downpours a couple times a day.
As people who have never experienced Rainy Season, Kyle and I really like it, but we're lucky enough to live on higher ground and don't have to deal with some of the downsides. A few of the ...