The Graha Cakra Malang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 322;o. Teraz czas udać się do słoni. Stawiłam się na miejscu zbiórki o wyznaczonej porze- usłyszałam wówczas komunikat, ze mam dobrać sobie jednego turystę do pary, gdyż na każdym słoniu jadą po 2 osoby. Wsiadłam wiec na moją słonicę razem z młodym Anglikiem i juz po chwili ruszyliśmy na grzbiecie ów ogromnego zwierzęcia przez rzekę, a ...
... to Scott to shut the door of the room and the windows, he eventually let me in and by now there were about 20 of them that had come down from the jungle behind us, looking in the bins and the one was climbing up onto our window! Thankfully the lady that was sweeping up came around and shoo'd them away! I still wasn't going outside for a while, just incase! I hate those things! We went for some grub at Sam's Bungalow again tonight because it was delicious there! We both ordered the same ...
The ride to Malang was exceptionally mellow. Our non-English speaking driver calmly passed fruit-laden trucks after waiting for a painfully traffic clearing. We were greeted in Malang by more lovely tree-lined streets and choking traffic. After spending about an hour in the choking traffic we arrived at the ruins of Candi Singosari. This unusual temple was built but not carved since the king to whom it was erected died just when the carving began. It ...
... and it all felt, well, rather British actually!
After a slap up lunch of noodle soup which wasn't too bad, we went for a wander with Selamat to the local waterfall, which despite being big was really dirty and the area was buzzy with mossies so we didn't stay too long. There was a nearby hot pool too which Ange and Joe took a dip in, though given the heat and then hot water combo they didn't stay in for too long. A family of ...
Our day started at 8.30am when we were picked up from our hotel by the tour company in an 'air conditioned' mini bus. We were excited for the adventure ahead of us and started talking with other travellers from France, Netherlands and Germany. An hour or so into the trip, as the day started to get hotter,we realised the air conditioning wasn't really working and the vents were blowing out air, hot air in fact. The expected 10 hour journey took over 12 hours ...