Hotel Tugu Malang
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... orang-utans feeding platform. The national park is partly a rehabilitation centre so twice a day orang utans cam come and get some food to supplement their diets. However, seeming as there is an abundance of fruit in the jungle at this time of year, no orang utans came. Still, it was good to see how it worked and fun to cross the river in a ...
... I showed the hotel address to the Angkot men and one said "yes, he knew where it was and would take me" (no one spoke English but that's what he meant!). Unfortunately my hotel was on the outskirts of town (they were far too expensive in the town) and off we set. We bumped our way out of the main busy town and head into the countryside on roads (potholed tracks) through tiny villages on the outskirts. The scenery was lovely but it was clear he hadn't got a clue ...
... Sat up on deck with the Gili Islands on one side, Lombok on the other and the volcanoes from Bali on the other I felt like I was in paradise...these guys do this every day!!! Our names were called so we set up, tanks on, fins on and we did our first backwards entry into the water; and I just hoped I didn't lose a fin or smack my head on something. I never want to enter any other way, it was so much fun. Our dive lasted 40 minutes and we were joined by Kelly from Canada on ...
... Mrs Evy, is noted for its sweetness.
Since most of what we did today was drive, I should mention that we drove mostly on mountain roads - up and down - around a lot of curves. The traffic was similar to other days - lots of motorbikes - always lots of motorbikes. We are now in a large niverity ucity - Malang - of about 2 million and I can hear the buzz of motorbikes outside while I am blogging. In contrast to Ethiopia or some of ...
... The girl next to me got sick - and a part of my backpacks waist strap got covered in her vomit. Arrived in Wonosbo and a short bemo ride later, I was at my guesthouse - very nice place - where I got the backpack cleaned up and am now heading out for dinner. Why am I in Wonosobo - to visit the Djien Plateau - 28km away - temples and volcanic lakes. Whey Hey.