Bumi Surabaya City Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... arm... female orangutans are 4x stronger than human males. After seeing Sisty, we got back on the Klotok to find a fresh snack waiting for us... how did they know we love snacks?! Night Terrors Though it was a lot of fun, lets get one thing clear -- this klotok thing is not for the faint of heart. We sleep on the boat, with a nice mattress and mosquito net to keep us safe from all evils. Nonetheless, I often woke up to slightly terrifying noises of creatures ...
... running around and then headed back home to have a quick dinner. Then we were off to the airport for another hour long drive. Anoop went in through security to pick it up off the carousel and returned an hour later without my bag… it hadn’t shown up… again!!! So we went back outside and called Hong Kong again. Apparently, this time, my luggage tag had been ripped off and so it hadn’t been put on the flight – but they did know that it was my ...
... as we peered over the protective railing down into the crater below, thick white smoke bellowing out intermittently. We stood here and enjoyed the moment, being so close to such a dangerous yet remarkable creation of this planet of ours. The whole time we breathed in the pungent smell of sulphur, which smelled vaguely familiar, perhaps from my chemistry classes years ago. We declined the nearby hawker's offer to buy flowers to throw into the crater as an offering, as some ...
After two and a half years of saving, we're finally on our travels! We left Korea early this morning after staying in a lovely little guesthouse near the airport last night. It was a long journey from Incheon to Kuala Lumpur then finally to Surabaya but we are finally here. Surabaya airport was mental. The arrivals hall was rammed full of people pushing and shouting, resembling some sort of demonstration! Anyway, we eventually made our way ...
... of farmers worked the fertile earth around this area and in an eruption; they wouldn’t stand much of a chance.
We scaled the steps cut into the side of the volcano, and finally looked down into the crater. It’s easy to see how more primitive cultures and religions have seen these features as gateways to the underworld; it certainly looked like a way to hell! The crater was grey with ash, dotted with the occasional yellow of ...