Kusuma Sahid Prince Hotel
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The internet connection doesn't seem to get better and I just don't manage to upload my most recents blog entries aaaaah! Well, I arrived in Solo today, a small town about 4 hours east of Wonosobo. The very bumpy bus ride (once my book fell out of my hands, and another time the seat on which I was stitting actually broke so that I almost landed on the floor) brought me through a stunning landscape surrounded by cone-shaped volcanoes and ...
did not want to do. We looked for inland hotels but of course they do no exist, even the airport is on the fing coast. To rub salt in my wounds we had to get an early flight as our destination in Java was far from the airport and would take at least a day to reach, this meant I
had to spend a night in Padang and would not even get time to charter a snorkeling boat to the coral. We did not think much of ...
... time we treat them because Friday is going to be a busy day saying our good-byes (Nawang is taking us to campus in the morning to say good-bye). I got Feri a ball with Disney characters on it (keep that therapy going at home!), some stickers and a little beaded necklace and bracelet. Despite the fact that she tries my patience on days like today and probably won't miss me, she's still a cute kid that I will never forget! And...bedtime! Another busy day ...
... anything which is fine but I guess I'm just missing the romance these days. I hope our romantic getaway will at least have some romance. I also found out he did mushrooms on the weekend which is just great, I'm so glad that he is still so considerate of my feelings. EEK! Anyways, so much has happened and so much more will. Tomorrow is Nawang's and PNTCs birthday and CP Awareness Day. We will also be going to a movie so again a lot more action. Anyways, off to bed for now. ...
... and sweet looking. The first time we met the office boys had to force him to say hi to me.
He also speaks no English at all. My Indonesian is very limited, but I figured we could find a way.
So when I realised they were closing the stall and moving to a restaurant, I half through mime half through post-it note communicated that I'd like to see him again, and so we communicated via WhatsApp and Google Translate and agreed to hang out this evening.