Infrared shot outside my hotel window in Hyatt Regency Bandung. This place is hot and sunny, yes it is.
This is how you fly a kite.
No, not Tanjung Bungah…
I forgot to include this in the last set. There are buskers everywhere, and they come to cars waiting in traffic to play them songs. Except that these dudes actually alighted our bus.
They played Peter Pan – Mungkin Nanti. Good effort… if they didn’t forget the lyrics halfway through the song!
Another part of the itinerary was Tangkuban Perahu, a dormant volcano. We took a bus up halfway, and got on open-air lorries for the second half. If you thought Genting cabbies and buses were skilled, wait till you see these! In addition to the turns, they have stalls adorning the roads too.
Going up the turns.
Climb for a better view. Being a volcano, you’d think it would be pretty hot; that was not the case. In fact, it was chilly, because of the high altitude.
I overheard a tourist say, “Is that Linda Onn?”
Yes it’s true, Ayu, you did look like her.
Our neighbors are pyromaniacs.
Yes, he was actually trying to sell dart guns!
Straight from the horse’s mouth.
Eruptions make for rocks.
Rock makes for an Eruption. (The pun would be cooler if there was a Eddie Van Halen Peavey Wolfgang somewhere there.)
Like a chocolate cone.
Infrared with my Canon Powershot A520!
The biggest crater of Tangkuban Perahu.
All that was left was some sulphur deposits. The gases kept rising and fouling the air, though.
Fisheye me and a really cheap jacket I bought in the shopping mall next to the hotel I stayed in.
smashpOp and the volcano. And maybe some sulphur release, too.