Narita Hotel Surabaya
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... cards. When I approach the customer service, they introduced me to a unscrupulous "agent" who offer to sell the cards at a price higher than market rate. If you are in no hurry to get the card, try getting it later outside, and also the airport has free WIFI for you to use.
Waited around for 15mins for our transport to arrive and am surprised to see it. An 18-seater "Microbus" they call it! It's ...
No one checking liquids, only one x ray and pay the 150 000rp departure tax at check in.
Hmmm not good for security.
The airport is very basic, much less than Perth airport and that's saying something.
We walk towards our gate to find a comfy seat and I spot the executive lounge.
I enquire and for 100 000rp ($10) we get food, drinks (no alcohol) lounge seats and wifi.
That's 2 cups of coffee at home so we say yes please, 3 ...
... scam and having no intention of getting on a bike and the driver eventually relented and took us to the crater rim as we’d agreed (with the random local accompanying us until we told him in no uncertain terms to push off!). So after a rickshaw, minibus, ferry, bus and taxi we made it to the mountains! Checked into a pretty grim homestay (on the basis that we were only sleeping there for a few hours), arranged the trip up tomorrow, had some food and went to bed. ...
... an almost impossible feat in Indonesia. Too tired to get on bike looking for food so retreated to bed to sleep. All good until about 11pm when I was woken by loud music coming from the empty restaurant. Car park now FULL and Karaoke in full swing. I think I have found the answer to the war on terrorism. Instead of spending countless millions on war machines just set up thousands of secret Karaoke parlors in Muslim countries where people can burn up ...
... the base of the mountain all the way up to the villages at its apex. As the water travels up the mountain, it is filtered to make the drinking water potable. After making contact with him, we decided to try to find a way to Skype. During our Skype interview, the grade two students were impressed that Andre gets 100% of his supplies from Indonesia: water pumps, solar panels, and water pipes; making ...