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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... stories of the area. Next on our tour was the drive to the highlands of Java. It was about a one hour drive via expressway. On the way we passed the "Beverly Hills" of Semarang, an area of beautiful homes on the hills overlooking the city as well as many agricultural areas growing bananas, corn, rice and other crops. As we got higher we began to see coffee plantations as well. Our destination was a town called Anbarawa, a town where the Dutch had a railway in the 1800's ...
... of the road honking at full volume. But all good things must come to an end and the poor rider is shattered at this point. He has brought us to the edge of the port, points off to the left and we are left with the distinct idea we are welcome to walk from here. So walk we do. It is hot and there is building work going on all around, and we have no idea how far away the ship is. But hey ho. After 20 minutes of pottering we see the sign welcoming us to the ...
... to a railway museum and featured a collection of locomotives some dating back to 1891.
Everyone said they would have preferred to go back again on the train but the coaches had driven to Ambarawa to collect us and take back to the ship, complete with our police escort.
A wonderful experience absorbing the natural beauty of Indonesia.
This trip also brought back memories from my business trips to Indonesia several years ago.
Certainly today has been a memorable ...
... enough ---"GUILTY"! He tried to put up a defence saying he had an Armani shirt on --- no go -- they did give him time to remove his shoes but after the gruesome torture, into the pool he went, Amani shirt and all! Next I noticed a small group had gathered around the Captain and sure enough he was next "GUILTY of fraternizing with Queen Myra!!!!!" -- he did manage to take a few others into the pool with him on the way. At the end of it all the whole ...
... decided to try this shop instead. Unlike my previous trip last month to the Province of West Sumatra where we could not find mutton or lamb, here the favourite meat seems to be that of mutton cooked in various manners.
In this shop, the signature dishes were Sate Kambing (mutton sate) and Gule Kambing (Mutton ...