Tea Garden Resort Bandung
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... No significant differences in culture or behavior. The language used can still be understood one another. So for this journey, my friend and I doesn't have any difficulty in term of having communication with Indonesian people.
On our trip this time, we use Pak Ratno as our driver. Meeting with Pak Ratno is indirectly fact, due to our search on the ...
... or anything with a booked train to catch. We stayed on the bus, with three other people, all probably English who either hadn't heard or hadn't understood the announcement. Cross fingers, hope and...yes, five minutes later everyone is called back on the bus and we are away. AirAsia too have improved since I slagged them off last. Their bureaucracy is still bemusing but their planes are modern and do their utmost to leave on schedule. An hour and a few volcano sightings later we ...
... when people would see their relatives and the like and not venture out to see volcanoes spewing out odorous gas. I was so wrong, so freakin’ wrong. See foto 4 if you don’t believe me.
Anyway, the site was good.Geological stuff like this does amaze me (though technically I cannot make major sense out of it – I hang around with machines only, not rocks!). I strolled around the edge of the crater for a while (15 mins perhaps), bought a tshirt as a souvenir ...
Kyle and I have known for quite some time now that a cat has been living in our attic, and until the last few months that it had kittens. We know this for a few reasons. Firstly, when the cat is walking around inside the attic or jumping about it shakes the entire ceiling. Many times Kyle and I have sat down for dinner or to watch TV in the living room to see the lights tremble and shake from the noise. We've informed our school, but they just reaffirmed that there's a cat, but ...
So the Angklung performance was a mix of the theatre sharing the Sundanese culture, which is the most prevalent in our area. Although we're on the island of Java hence Javanese culture, the different regions have different languages and culture, so Sundanese is primarily in Bandung. The theatre was established to share this culture, and it's a school to teach kids the culture so that it doesn't disappear. So the school part of it teaches the children the ...