Somerset Surabaya Hotel & Serviced Residence
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... So, with the help of Sheraton staff in Senggigi, Lombok, I took the path of least resistance and organized something through the Surabaya Sheraton, arranging it so that I could get in and out of that city without having to overnight there. This involved the plane trip there, tour to the mountain, and train ticket out of there. I knew it would be worth it IF the weather cooperated. (And a waste of time and money if it didn't. Remember that in Bali and Lombok, I was not able to see ...
... that we have met are very friendly.....unlike many in Bali that seem to go there with opportunity on their mind.
We may well come back here being just 45 minutes or so to fly from Bali.....however we also want to go to Flores and Lombok which are in the other direction.
Gosh there are so many places to go and not enough time or money.
When I next write this blog, I will be in Penang, Malaysia, as we put our watches forward 1 hour (Java is 1 hour ...
... line for a short time. Any space is fair game for any vehicle so passing on any side is OK as is driving wherever you can find a way through. Vehicles of all types miss by millimeters constantly and while aggression is not present lively assertiveness is the norm. This is not a place for timid souls, hesitation spells disaster. The smoke is thick as is the dust and my white tshirt quickly became black, not gray, but black with diesel fumes. God only knows what ...
I have returned safely back to Surabaya after a very eventful visit to Minnesota. I had such a great time with my friends, family, Nate, Audrey, and my adorable nephew Max. Even though many of you are sick of the snow and cold weather, I actually really enjoyed the chill in the air and the snow falling.
After a VERY long 48-hour trip back to Surabaya, with little sleep, I had to jump right back in to teaching. Jet lag and all I was excited to get ...
... were also leaving at midnight in the hope to summit before sunrise. Went to bed by 6:15 with plans to get up at 11:30am to hike to the summit. The 5 of us piled into the tent (3 or 4 man at a push). Unsurprisingly I didn't get any sleep. Dougie even threw up, he thinks because of all the volcanic dust he took in during the walk.
The scramble up to the summit was the single most physically challenging thing I have ever done. As you take two steps up you slide ...