Gumaya Tower Hotel Semarang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... since I don't know the real name. It's a small fruit whose skin looks like a snake. And the fruit inside is delicious. It lasts a long time and you don't need to refrigerate it. It took awhile to get only about 6 instead of a huge bagful. Nobody buys just 6.
We relaxed back at the room and cranked the AC. It's HOT here.
Later, we tried to walk to the harbor to see some boats, but it was too far to walk and the city ...
... the Blenduk Church, built by the Dutch in 1753. Unfortunately it was closed, so we pay off our driver and decide to walk around the old town. We wander around and many of the old buildings are sadly in a sorry state. Others still retain their original use and charms. Here like Jakarta the further we wander in to the old town, the more often we have to double back to avoid flooded roads. Now during one of these strategic retreats we see two men proudly displaying ...
A early start today, our tour leaves the ship at 7.30am. We are heading to a coffee plantation followed by a train journey in an old steam train through the lush tropical landscape of rural Central Java.
As we disembarked we were greeted by Indonesian musicians and beautiful dancers welcoming us to Semarang.
There were 4 coaches going first to the plantation and then the railway journey, and another 3 coaches doing the same trip but in reverse. As the coaches ...
... enough ---"GUILTY"! He tried to put up a defence saying he had an Armani shirt on --- no go -- they did give him time to remove his shoes but after the gruesome torture, into the pool he went, Amani shirt and all! Next I noticed a small group had gathered around the Captain and sure enough he was next "GUILTY of fraternizing with Queen Myra!!!!!" -- he did manage to take a few others into the pool with him on the way. At the end of it all the whole ...
... decided to try this shop instead. Unlike my previous trip last month to the Province of West Sumatra where we could not find mutton or lamb, here the favourite meat seems to be that of mutton cooked in various manners.
In this shop, the signature dishes were Sate Kambing (mutton sate) and Gule Kambing (Mutton ...