Jw Marriott Hotel Surabaya
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The alarm woke us right in the middle of a deep sleep leaving us feeling that horrible nauseous abrupt awakening feeling. The car was due to pick us up at 11 pm so we had an hour to get ready and get some dinner before we left. Outside our hostel all along the road was a night food market so we grabbed some Nasi Goreng for takeaway from there. The sweet young waiter kindly brought it to our table outside our hostel room for us when it was ready. Unexpected room service! Wanting ...
... to set off from. On the way to Kumai and all along the river bank are large concrete buildings with lots of small holes in them. We found out from our guide these are bird nest farms, they are exported to China where they turn them into soup and jelly. Weird. In Hong Kong a bowl of birds nest soup can go for $100! Kumai has a large harbour filled with ships, ferries and Klotoks. Klotoks are the traditional wooden boats that take tourists into ...
... He then went out of sight so we started back down the steps. I sincerely hope he made it back up out of there! Felix, Chay and I then took a horse ride back with the hawker horsemen, posing at the end like three warriors on horseback for a photo.
Savanna & Whispering Sands
We then drove to a beautiful savanna grassland backdropped by lush, green hills and cliffs. We took some funny pictures of us posing on the jeep. We then drove to Pasir ...
... had been up for ages, and done more sightseeing than in a normal day, and now we were having breakfast.
The drive back to Surabaya passed quickly, or driver using all three lanes of a two lane highway to get us back in record time, Owen giving us yet more running commentary of the obvious, pointing out trucks, cars and villages that we passed which were apparently 100% Buddhist. We were dropped outside our hotel and we all took the chance ...
Today started well but ended very poorly. In the morning we headed out to visit SMA 5, a senior high school in Surabaya. I was blown away by the number of trophies and medals and achievements of the students that line massive display cases in the front entrance corridor of the school. We spoke to some teachers and some students and were taken on a tour of the school. It is very different to schools in Australia. From there we went back to the hotel to ...