A Visual Journal of the City of Bandung and Its Vicinities.
A photo a day with insightful and informative commentaries from the capital city of West Java and one of the most fascinating cities in Indonesia.®
This is really nice, Eki. I like the feeling of Sunday at the park. I will post more soon about the Russian convent. Men and women visitors can ring the buzzer during visiting hours and speak in the intercom. The nun will press the button to unlock the gate and you just walk in. They don't speak English or Hebrew, only Russian. But if they catch me taking pictures they know how to get the message across: "No pictures!"You can also go into the church and stay for their community prayer service. The chanting and incense are nice. I always seem to be the only visitor.
I've never come to that place though I had lived in Bandung for 5 years.Great place to visit..Great job Eki..
I made a link to your bloghttp://blog.londoh.com/blog/1?itemid=1495Salam dari AmsterdamLondoh
sunday stroll on the park is the best way to unwind. ^0^
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