Somerset Surabaya Hotel & Serviced Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... br> And the art features people smoking, as does the glorious stained glass windows. Thankfully, original garments from their tobacco marching band have been saved.
So clearly, this was a dead end - but that's ok, I know the port is close. I walk for a bit, to see the old street scape. There are rickshaws everywhere, being used by locals, in fact I haven't seen any obvious visitors thus far. ...
... in our countries people only need to shower once every three or four days, but we were in the jungle. Could we not smell ourselves? Seriously, when you're in a tropical country, you need to shower every day, but apparently we had failed to realise that. And we can't have been the first group to have done this. But there they were, still trying to push this shower on us, in the hope that maybe this group would see sense.
I still didn't shower though.
... subset in the moment and sacrifice the 'perfect picture'. Unfortunately this was made difficult by the inconsiderate people who decided to climb up on the railings and block everyone else's view for the sake of gaining a few more feet in height. Would it really make that much difference? No. As the sun began to peak through from behind the mountains you could feel the excitement grow amongst the crowd. Everyone slyly shuffled forward bit by bit, shoulder barging past anything ...
... Surabaya for New years. This will be our home for the next week.
When we say we are coming here, everyone asks what we are going there for LOL.....we are starting to feel a bit odd haha. We know though that its not a holiday place or paradise.....but it will be great spending time with our friends (who are English teachers) and exploring a new place.
People we know hate Saigon, but we loved the history.
Not everywhere you go needs to be ...
... were my seniors) “Oh, they saw some shoe shop shop and had to look at something” “They don’t need shoes, theirs are perfectly fine and aren’t falling apart” I said, failing to recall the basic dynamic of women’s shoe shopping, instead applying my own, backpacker logic to it. Why would they need new shoes, theirs were new!?
Mandy and Tracy returned “Wow, they are half ...