Hotel Tugu Malang
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... time they changed it. So we were able to take our time getting up and showered and walk over to the train station. We arrived at the airport about 12pm, it was all so easy as they have a direct train from KL Sentral to the airports now. We are in the new building - KLIA2, you can tell it's really new. It still has that fresh new smell and of course looks clean. We self checked in, got to baggage claim and much to our disappointment Air Asia had delayed our flight for the ...
... walked fm through for a while but hastily turned on our heel as soon as we saw kittens and puppies in cages! They don't eat dog and cat meat in Indonesia so we assume they were there to be sold as pets. Still so sad to see the little guys in cages, it took all of my resolve not to run over and free them! We continued to walk around the city and saw the noisy mosque and also a Buddhist temple which we went to look around. We found from walking around that the city is pretty ...
... their repertoire. Next stop was Blitar, a short but scary cycle in torrential rain accompanied by a puncture for Steve, where we stayed at the amazing Hotel Sri Lestari. A veritable oasis of calm in the middle of a busy city, this amazing places dates back to Dutch colonial times and served tea and cake at 5pm, and includes the most delicious breakfast we have eaten so far. We then made another short 40km hop to Tulungagung, knowing that the next cycling to Ponorogo would be steep and ...
... town centre". Ah, he understood and in I jumped with the locals. The benches each side were full to overflowing with locals but there's always room for one more! There was a plank of wood on the floor which was put across the open door area so I perched on that half in and half out of the door! Great fun going round corners! Half way to the town the driver stopped and pointed for me to get out. I jumped out giving the plank of wood to a toothless old man ...
... say bring our luggage down before we go on the trip, they ask if I want to extend our booking, trying to explain is hard work and Ian gets fairly miffed but they suddenly don't speak any engrish, so I thank them for their help and walk off. So now we have to pack before we get a couple of hours kip. The trip leaves at midnight and we have also booked a bus ride to Bali which leaves at 18.00 same ...