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It's 0800 Tuesday morning and we're on the Upper Promonade deck as the ship is entering our last Indonesian port, Surabaya. What a busy harbor ... there are many, many ships at anchor as we positioned to dock. We watched from the deck as the locals on the dock were going through their last minute rehearsal to welcome us with dance and music. They even had the Chamber of Commerce ...
PPHL Seliloman is an unusual place. A completely self-sustaining organic organization in the middle of the jungle is the kind of unusual I am talking about. The accommodation included cold showers with a mundy bucket in an open-air bathroom and opening living requiring mosquito nets so as to be not to open to the creatures of the jungle. Honestly, it took backpacking to a whole new level but aside from sleeping on wood, I loved it. Being in nature at ...
... could go on a jungle hike, fall and rip a reasonably large hole in the back of my pants without even noticing until approaching the temple we were headed for where local boys lost it laughing and I finally questioned why that was, surely just a dirty bum from falling couldn’t be that funny. Indeed it wasn’t.
The temple over shadowed the comical moments of the hike though. The old walls were crumbling yet still lively and the ...
... low rupiah rate now.
We wanted to go to some museum and a free city tour but in the end that was full so we ended up cabbing back to shopping centre again. Continue shopping and eating. I like the food court food even if the guide said the choices weren't that many.
Had like Ayam penyet, rawon, nasi Padang. Yummy yummy.
At the airport now, that kind of concludes our very short yet pretty impactful and memorable trip to ...
... Initially by mini bus, public executive (ish) bus then land rover (ish). Our home for the night was PPLH Seloliman (Pusat Pendidkan Lingkungan Hidup - Environmental Educational Centre). A centre designed to educate people about conservation, environment, local traditional medicines etc. Our room was amazing, no aircon, mosquito nets, hard beds ...