Shangri-La Hotel Surabaya
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Surabaya
... subset in the moment and sacrifice the 'perfect picture'. Unfortunately this was made difficult by the inconsiderate people who decided to climb up on the railings and block everyone else's view for the sake of gaining a few more feet in height. Would it really make that much difference? No. As the sun began to peak through from behind the mountains you could feel the excitement grow amongst the crowd. Everyone slyly shuffled forward bit by bit, shoulder barging past anything ...
... They stayed a while stuffing their faces with bananas, then they suddenly climbed really high up the tree. We heard more noise and then the dominant male appeared, he was huge. No wonder they escaped up the tree. It was amazing actually seeing these animals, we were only about five meters away. We were very fortunate that at all three stations we saw Orangutans. There were a lot of baby orangutans, some of these were very entertaining. ...
... wearing shoes, sunglasses and a tank top, despite me making absolutely no attempt to do so. From my position outside I could still look into the mosque and see the people bowing down on the floor, praying to Allah. There were also 3 basketball courts outside the mosque, much to my surprise.
After bidding farewell to Felix and Chay I flew on to Lombok, my next destination.
Other Surabaya Observations
Not much to report here, though I would like to ...
... of farmers worked the fertile earth around this area and in an eruption; they wouldn’t stand much of a chance.
We scaled the steps cut into the side of the volcano, and finally looked down into the crater. It’s easy to see how more primitive cultures and religions have seen these features as gateways to the underworld; it certainly looked like a way to hell! The crater was grey with ash, dotted with the occasional yellow of ...
... by my hosts due to the school guesthouse being full, was a nightmare. I was in a tiny dingy room, barely big enough for a double bed, with interesting ensuite (no paper loo, non working shower, exposed wires in the bathroom), no working tv, ****** air con and no security (on the door or at the front counter). OMG!! I had the most terrifying night of my life. I didn't sleep as I was so scared that someone would come into my room. I had to get out of ...