Java Paragon Hotel & Residences
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Day 5 : Cemara Lawang -> Surabaya Airport
After a good night sleep and a delicious breakfast, we left our hotel and head to the airport to catch our flight. Along the way we stopped at a local foodstuff shop to buy their local products. I bought their purple tapioca chips and also their orange lime juice drink which is unique and not available in my ...
PPHL Seliloman is an unusual place. A completely self-sustaining organic organization in the middle of the jungle is the kind of unusual I am talking about. The accommodation included cold showers with a mundy bucket in an open-air bathroom and opening living requiring mosquito nets so as to be not to open to the creatures of the jungle. Honestly, it took backpacking to a whole new level but aside from sleeping on wood, I loved it. Being in nature at ...
Waking with a bout of food poisoning is never fun but having to travel five hours on a train and a further two by car is the worst start to a day ever. The plan was to try to sleep it off. The plan worked so there is not much to say about the change in environment from central Java to east Java as sadly all a saw was the back of my eyelids.
The arrival at PPLH Seliloman was standard and rushed as always. However the hour ...
... the free wifi sign and logged on, the slower it became, so it was impossible to get our latest adventures off to you sorry.
We also checked the maps to see what we could achieve in our short time here, and the answer was in short, not a lot. But some enterprising souls had set up some market stalls and more guests were stopping in the terminal building checking email, looking at the market stalls and joining in with ...
... night drive back to Ubud. Not too much sadness to be leaving those staring at their " Bali buttons"
Early next morning got away to a blast across the mountains of central Bali to the road running along the north coast which is a lot drier country and a lot less populated by tourists. A few dive shops and just a few hotels and guesthouses. My GPS decided to go on the blink so pulled up at a Suzuki car and bike workshop where the mechanic and I ...