Shangri-La Hotel Surabaya
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Got myself a map, spoke with front desk at hotel and acquired the intel I needed. I would go to the Museum in town, where I would be bound to find someone who could help me. They then highlighted on the map where the port was, which was pretty close to the museum.
The airport is a bit inland, and the trafiic bad, so would be an hour's drive in cab.
Yes, then half way in....the ...
... It was beautiful and in it I felt ready to enjoy Bromo in all it's glory. Sunset was at about 5 am so we an hour before to get some hot drinks in one of the many street warungs. Niomi and I got a hot milo drink and snuggled together in the corner to keep warm. The tempting smell of fried bananas would have been enough to keep me sat there for hours so it was a good thing the guide was on hand to boss us around a little. Our legs unwillingly began the incline upwards to the ...
... the first station and were not hopeful of seeing any. We then heard some trees moving and saw a flash of orange. Eventually a mother carrying a baby appeared, followed by her other offspring. The older one was around 5 so had started to climb on his own. The youngest was really keen for some banana, he probably wasn't old enough but this didn't stop him holding his hand out to his sibling (check out the awesome picture!). He was unsuccessful ...
arrived at airport at 6am for our 8am flight and said that we could have waited until 7, however as the place filled up and we realised there were 2 planes going within 10 minutes of each other, we were glad to be there early.
We were the only westerners in the domestic airport.
I commented on the Lion Air planes and the smash when one ran off the runway in Bali earlier this year....hmmmm dodgy.
Our flight took about 50 minutes, no sooner were we ...
... taxi and hope he speaks better English” To be honest, this was the first time in all of Indonesia that the language barrier had been a problem, usually, most people we had dealt with had a good grasp of it. We walked into the huge centre, and sighed with relief as we were immersed in the wonder of air-conditioning, it was so good we stopped for a coffee to enjoy it a bit longer. The mall itself was huge, five floors ...