One of the things Bandung is famous for is kelinci (rabbit) – so there has to be the inevitable Sate Kelinci! So on the way back to the hotel, I asked Br. Edi to stop at Sate stand so I could get some. A bit on the pricey side (for a roadside warung) at 45,000 Rp. ($3.25) but there were 15 skewers, when there are normally 10 for chicken. And they were DELICIOUS!
Cooking the sate kelinci – interesting to note the lady cooking had never eaten it.
Adding the peanut sauce and kacip manis (sweet soy sauce)
DeeAnn waited in the car behind Br. Edi
Something we rarely see – a Muslim woman smoking
Beautiful tree in town
View of Bandung from our hotel
Odd name…..and odd that they advertise they have rice..EVERY place sells rice….
Pineapple on display
Bananas on display
I’m sure this store pays appropriate royalties to Disney…
Another load via a bike…