Day 2 (after lunch):
Then, we're headed to Toko Tiga, where original stuff sold there. Toko Tiga has 2floors (ground floor and first floor *British-wise*) I didn't take pictures of the items, but from these images, you could get a grasp of what they sell at Toko Tiga;
We spent almost two hours here and then we went back to Kopo, because apparently my mum had to buy mooooorrrreee kain not for her, but for her siblings.
After 2 and a half hours at Kopo, we went back to central Bandung to have our dinner. So urm...I kinda forget what's the full name of the restaurant, but "Belacan Restaurant" rings a bell...so, this is our picture for dinnertime~ If you want to try something else (other than nasi padang), you should eat the fried rice here. Any kind of fried rice tastes awesomeeeeeeeeeeee!
We met Adik on that night, and this is only one of the many beautiful clothes that he made. My sisters and I bought three same pieces of kain and to be made into jubah.
After breakfast, we went ahead to Tangkuban Parahu!! Wooohoooo~ It was very calming there, the view and scenery.. It was foggy and I find it peaceful..kinda took my mind off from everything else..
For lunch, we went to Kampung Daun. The place was fantastic. You kinda feel like you're in the forest with small huts all around the area. Customers eat inside the hut which has long pillows where you can lie down comfortably. *But it was raining, and my family couldn't a get a hut so we ate at the bar section*
My dad and my brother were having Nasi Goreng Kampung Daun :-)
My older sister and my brother modelling for the view of Kampung Daun, hope you don't mind. Hehe >,<
That's the hut, behind us. There are bigger and smaller huts, to accommodate accordingly.
Next, we went to the airport, checked in, paid airport tax, and wait for our flight. We arrived in Malaysia, around 9.00pm and then we went back to Bangi, my aunt's house to spend the night there. But I couldn't, I have to go to work tomorrow. Once we reached her house, we had dinner and talked about our vacation. Only nearly midnight I was able to leave the house. And then...yeah, back to reality. No more holidays, vacations, family-time, back to the apartment, back to work, back to being in front of the laptop, back to typing, back to translating, back to work Syah...come back to your working life. Hahahah~
Anyways, I had fun, my family had fun. Even though it's just a short trip, we do fun and silly stuff together, and that's what matters most. You didn't do it alone, you do it together. Be it a family, a friend, a foe, an awkward colleague, a stranger, or anyone, what matters most is that you're not alone. Oh, but having vacation by yourself is not so bad, you can do whatever you want, set and schedule things on your likes and dislikes, change and alter plans whenever you want, go and explore beautiful places on your own, but one thing's for sure, you just don't have anyone to share it with, i.e., to experience it together with you.
So, go, Gooooo and take time to go on a holiday with your family. You're waiting for the right time? They're busy? You're busy? The weather's not okay? Hey, you're not going anywhere for the next 10 years if you're being like this. You don't wait for the perfect time, you make the time perfect for you and your family.