Thursday, May 20, 2010

Jayagiri to Tangkuban Perahu

Again, wanna share about my incredible weekend!

Getting bored with my final paper,
Really curious about this place,
And need to fresh my mind,
Those were my reasons for now’s journey.

HIKING, HIKING, AND HIKING, one of my hobbies. Last weekend in April, I went to this remarkable place. I have been living in Bandung since I enter my univ, around five years ago but I never visit this place. First, because I was busy with my routine activities and second, this is the big reason, no one had the willingnes to accompany me to say hello to this place hihi… yup, only a little my friend who love hiking.

Tangkuban Perahu! Yes, I drove myself to come to this place. I chose extraordinary way. I went there by public transportation and stopped in Jayagiri. Walking, hiking, breathing, taking picture, and jumping were what I did during my journey. Yes, thank Allah, finally you answer my dream.

To reach Tangkuban Perahu from Jayagiri, I need two and half hours, from 3 PM to 5.30 PM. Intentionally, I went there in the afternoon because I wanna catch the sunset there. Many people say to me that sunset in Tangkuban is a very fantastic time.

Yeah, it’s about 4 km. Wow! It’s very tiring yet amazing journey. I passed the long forest with kinds of trees, kinds of flower, and how great it is! I heard some strange sounds from animals I just knew, such as tonggerek, ape, and some birds. Their voices were very melodious.

Well to complete my story, here they are my pictures during my trip.

Im free (for a while) hehe..

I felt confused here, which one is the right way?

Finally, Im here ^^

I put it in my heart! Romantic sunset!

Guys, you must go to Tangkuban in Sunset time! And feel the romance ^^

21 May 10 01.43


Egi Arvian F said...

I was a third grader of primary school when I went there with my family. I am sure many things have altered and since then, so unluckily I have not been there again. This passion to be there is kind of reaching the crest...

Once I planned to go there with a friend of mine from Makasar. We two then looked for the public transporter and sat inside the car. We chatted with the driver as well as other passengers for quite sometime. And you know what? That friend of mine canceled our journey, he decided to go to Garut instead.

Hm...what a sudden and sad annulment, right?
Hope I can go there again, insya Allah.

Nice post :)