Grand Surya Hotel Kediri
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... couldn't go any further like that, it was raining too much and they coldn't see the road. He gave us part of our money back and told us that there was another bus leaving soon from where we were (we have no idea) to Blitar, and from there, we could take another bus to Malang. It was already 8 pm and we knew we wouldn't arrive in Malang anytime soon.
We got on the other bus and we had to wait for one hour before it left. 9 pm and a two hour trip to ...
... Sukarno who was an intelligent and integer person loved by its people and did a great career during difficult times after WWII. We visited his tomb in Blatur, place where he was born. A whole museum is dedicated to him where a lot of Indonesians come to visit their leader and his 'living' painting. It is told that ...
Kertosono - Surabaya - Kuala Lumpur. Monday, 8 October 2012.
Today I begin my journey to South Korea. I can not tell you much, because this whole day, I will be flying with AirAsia. We should carry a neck pillow. So we can use that to reduce fatigue and can save more energy.
... system but all this for nothing.
I have to drive slowly, not accelerate and it's getting worse and
worse. Another EFI problem, bloody computers, they shouldn't be
fitted in adventure bikes.
Local Services have no idea how to
deal with something what have more than 1 cylinder and 125cc. No carb
sounds like magic for them. I will browse internet tomorrow and maybe
find something myself.
... attention. I guess they just like to do that.
Fortunately, that didn't last too long and they just turned on the radio. I probably would have died if they played that the whole way. So our first stop was a couple temples from the old kingdoms that once ruled the area (before the Dutch colonized them). they were really small temples, nothing extravagant like the Aztecs. Then we went to a Muslim gathering place, where we met the ...