After Raya this year, a friend asked me and my wife to join a
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bandung). All these while I have always avoided any trip to
From the air I saw
We had our first lunch at a
We checked into a hotel, a small hotel, 4-star they say, in the outskirt of
My first impression of
Foodwise, I would say that ‘never’ to eat at street stalls. (on one of my wife’s visits to
I had some opportunity to visit places in
“pushing right to your nose” in their hard selling tactic is the rule of the day for all these ‘poor’ in Bandung (probably in the whole of Indonesia) and one just cannot get away from them, they are every where ……… you just have to live with them and have to learn to say “NO!”.
I must also add that
I must say that the temperature in
If you in Indoenesia, do buy their ‘batik’. It’s the best, I think.
We were there for 4 days and 3 night. It was quite an experience.
The fare from