Jw Marriott Hotel Surabaya
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... running around and then headed back home to have a quick dinner. Then we were off to the airport for another hour long drive. Anoop went in through security to pick it up off the carousel and returned an hour later without my bag… it hadn’t shown up… again!!! So we went back outside and called Hong Kong again. Apparently, this time, my luggage tag had been ripped off and so it hadn’t been put on the flight – but they did know that it was my ...
... so he could film him looking for his. His holiday snaps must be really interesting. This time when we left the airport we were greated by loads of women and children, I think they must have been waiting for relatives. As we made our way through the huge crowd they patted our backpacks and laughed at our umbrella, maybe they found us amusing.
Pangkalan Bun is a much bigger place than we expected, and so is the port of Kumai, where ...
... area, roughly 15 km from the volcano itself. We waited in the car for an hour or so before transferring to a jeep with a new driver, in order to manage the steeper incline and less well maintained roads on our ascent of Penanjakan mountain. From here we would watch the sun rise over Bromo. Felix, Chay and I put on some extra layers, the first time for me whilst in Asia. We then disembarked from the jeep and hiked up the mountain for 30 minutes until we reached an excellent ...
My slumber was interrupted by my alarm, 02:30! I woke Dan and we packed our kit and got ready, no wake-up call ever came! In the dining room we were the last two up, and I hurriedly grabbed a cup of coffee, it was awful, pretty much full of grounds with no attempt to filter them out, it was like a cup of grit. Owen was now sporting a rather fetching pink quilted jacket which went quite a way to confirming all of our suspicions that he was a tad light in ...
... thinking of taking up painting while I am here this year. Making the mural with my students has inspired me to explore and learn more about painting. It will give me an outlet to use this great time to develop and explore some new interests. We will see how it goes. Don’t hold your breath, I have often struggled with producing my own artwork outside of shooting photography. I thought I would start by trying to paint one of my photos. :) Wish me luck. ...