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... water for the toilet and shower. Karl also has a gorgeous housekeeper/nanny/cook who even did my washing for me. Happy days!
In the morning I had the chance to spend some time playing with Deeno, he's such a happy, confident kid who has a serious obsession with trucks and diggers. Kisa was at school so we got our reunion later on in the day and she has grown into such a pretty, friendly, little girl.
I won't go into ...
Short flight of only a few hours today, pretty uneventful.
So back in the 30's, Surabaya was an overnight stop, but of late I have found it elusive, it has been the hardest to research over the years, there seem to be no records or any particular knowledge of the history here... But I had a cunning plan.
I'd start by taking some nice ...
... area and up to the viewing point. With each metre incline I could feel the air getting colder and colder. Just at the point I thought I couldn't take anymore the jeep stopped. We were confronted by hundreds of other tourists clearly of whom had all been given a better heads up than us about the deathly climate. Our guide saw how freezing we were and took us to hire some coats to wear. For 10,000 IDR I got a big fluffy lined thick coat which when on felt like a cuddly near ...
... Chay has a funny habit of doing press ups in secret the moment he is left alone in the room. This often resulted in Felix and I walking in on him topless mid-rep with a sheepish grin on his face!
Just before I left Surabaya I bought an Indonesian SIM card which proved to be an invaluable investment, as I used it a fair bit in the coming weeks. Though only in Asia would a SIM card cost 4 times less (3,500 Rupiah, about 20 pence) than the cost of the small snack I bought directly ...
... taxi and hope he speaks better English” To be honest, this was the first time in all of Indonesia that the language barrier had been a problem, usually, most people we had dealt with had a good grasp of it. We walked into the huge centre, and sighed with relief as we were immersed in the wonder of air-conditioning, it was so good we stopped for a coffee to enjoy it a bit longer. The mall itself was huge, five floors ...