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... can see from the photos caused a little traffic hazard . We had lunch at a cafe called Burangrang which is part of a huge family leisure park, Dusun Bambu. The weather prevented us from exploring the place further but it looked amazing . Then headed home for our last night before taking the train tomorrow to ...
... F) under the tutelage of Bapak Suhaimi Nasution at the Convent Seremban. It was an hour's drive out to Tangkuban Parahu and on the way there we read up on the legend behind it - an Indonesian œdipal tale featuring Sangkurian and his mother (cursed with eternal youth), Dayang Sumbi. Unfortunately we got there half an hour too late to trek down into the crater, so we had to be content with taking photos of the Kawah Ratu (one of 4 volcanic craters there), taking ...
... lately. Kyle and I have Darcy, who is much like a crack addicted child that we keep forgiving and taking back despite her tendencies for downwards spirals (LOL). She's very cute and affectionate, and then she has other moments where her first instinct is KILL KILL KILL and she just goes crazy. Also, the decorative bars on all the windows have become her jungle gym - it's adorable. In the end though, coming home to a sassing cat with a broken tail who is so cute, makes it feel ...
... to come back to Bandung. My stomach was growling... The count down to my last break-fasting had started... 6:00pm...I had done it!! 1 week of Saur at 3:30 1 week if hunger and constantly having no energy 1 week of fasting has come to an end... :'( I will miss it. Unfortunately, the ramen place was closed. Fortunately, the girls had wanted to take me to a place to have ramen anyways! So I had ramen noodle soup from a ...
So I've heard of this place called "Jeans Street" - a place where they sell clothes for cheap and specialise in cheap jeans. Instead of paying $60 you pay $20 - sounds like a great deal. I didn't need jeans, but I definitely needed new flip flops.
And this is where my day started off - walking through Bandung all the way to Jalan Ciampelas - "Jeans Street".
I enter a few shops and the prices aren't as discounty as I thought they would be.
A pair of flip flops for $4! ...