Orchardz Hotel Gajahmada
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the Dyaks . We returned to the hotel and asked driver how muh as he said 200,000 which is about £10. Back in our room, the driver rang our door bell and said that he had been told that our trip was free on behalf of the general manager. We told him to keep the money for himself. Probably a weeks wages! Or suite that the general manager had also arranged for us was ready at 4 pm. We got a phone call and then a ring on ...
After an early night and no alarms set and surprisingly no noise to wake us up, we woke up at 7.30 am. This is probably also because after being several weeks being 7 hours ahead of uk, we are now only 6 hours ahead. After a leisurely breakfast we sat outside to finish our tea and coffee before exploring Portianak. Not much to see here really, the traffic is like Vietnam with many bikes and is really busy, ...
We left Kuching Sentral at 9.30 am after using Bus Asia courtesy bus from quite near our hotel. It appeared only to have 4 of us on it,but then we stopped somewhere else and the bus was full. It was not far to the land border crossing from the other pick up and to our surprise and we were off the bus through immigration. We bought out visa on arrival at the border which cost about £24 each. As we had ...
We were told the bus station was an hour away, so we left
at 5:30 for our 7:00 bus...and got there at 5:45. That was a quick hour! Oh well. Two of the things
that traveling teaches you is how to be patient and how to wait. We all
had plenty of space on the bus, as there were only 9 passengers on a
37-seat "coach" bus. We were very glad not to be packed in there for the
9-hour bus ride, and the ride was quite enjoyable, actually. I did ...
Had a very relaxing sea day today (my favourite days are the sea days). We crossed the equator and the ship performed the ceremony of Crossing the Line which is an initiation rite in most Navies. It commemorates a sailor's first crossing of the equator. First timers (pollywogs) must kiss the cod ...