Singgasana Hotel Surabaya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... celbrating the Javanese Tobacco industry, and in particular, the Sampoerna family dynasty of tobacco pickin', rollin', packin' an' sellin'. It was obviously a rags to riches story, with classic artifacts such as the founders first pushbike on display for all to admire.
And their first printing press, for those elegant cigarette packages, of yes, there's a whole cabinet of them.
... of the viewing point, I could feel the temperature dropping with every step and tightened my coat as much as it would go. The area to get the best view of the sunset was packed by the time we reached it. There were hoards of eager, pushy tourists poised ready with their cameras and iPhones desperate to not miss the best shot. I was too tired to get involved with the crowd so found a slightly more peaceful position further back on a bench. I figured I would rather be able to ...
... with a bucket of milk, one baby wasn't sure how it works so he decided to get in and have a bath.
As well as the Orangutans we were fortunate enough to see a Gibbon, the way they move is amazing. They can swing through the trees with amazing accuracy, and are really fascinating to watch. There were a few squirrels making the most of the bananas too, as well as lots of really beautiful butterflies. We also saw a few Stork Kingfishers, ...
... we were down again.
It was amazing as when we were getting ready to land, we saw Mount Bromo.
This made us excited as we are driving the 3 hours to stay overnight and see the Bromo sunrise. Apparently it is something that will stay with you forever it is so spectacular.
So we land and are met by our friends Dee and Mark. We met them in Lovina, Bali and have met each Christmas so this year as we were staying in Kuta for Christmas, we decided to fly ...
... oppulence, but seemingly no information centre! We walked the ground floor wondering what to do, eventually deciding to walk to a local hotel in the hope that they would have directions. I wandered to get a drink and when I came back, Dan was alone. “Where are they, Dan, did you lose them?” I asked in an accusing manner (I still hadn't got over the feeling I needed to shepherd and corral them like children, even ...