Sheraton Surabaya Hotel & Towers
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... area and up to the viewing point. With each metre incline I could feel the air getting colder and colder. Just at the point I thought I couldn't take anymore the jeep stopped. We were confronted by hundreds of other tourists clearly of whom had all been given a better heads up than us about the deathly climate. Our guide saw how freezing we were and took us to hire some coats to wear. For 10,000 IDR I got a big fluffy lined thick coat which when on felt like a cuddly near ...
... 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 ...
... red meat is not served and one is careful not to serve or eat from a chipped or cracked plate. Fish is eaten to ensure long life and good fortune. Red dates bring the hope for prosperity, melon seeds for proliferation and lotus seeds mean the family will prosper through time. Oranges and tangerines symbolize wealth. (Taken from the school Chatterbox)
Today, in school, we had a ...
... with her daughter and this Norwegian guy, who is apparently a big player in the shipping industry. He has some amazing stories to tell.
First of all, he worked for the shipping industries for a while, and Back in the 1960's or 70's when the cultural revolution was going on in china, there was apparently a naval blockade in one of the ports...or maybe it was china's blockade on Taiwan...The point is, ...
... I discovered something about indonesia today that does not sit well with me as a freedom loving American. There are five major religions recognized by the indonesian government, and you have to be one of them. Not only that, but it's printed on your ID which religion you are. Not only that, but it is actually illegal to be an atheist, or a non-recognized religion as an indonesian citizen. That is absolutely not the job of ...