Singgasana Hotel Surabaya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... exacerbated by the need to get there for sunrise - the classic viewing time, even more important in the rainy season, where rains are more frequent and certain as the day unfolds. Third, the need to organize this from a distance or waste precious time in Surabaya and need to overnight there. And fourth, the cost. If I did this, it was going to be the most expensive of my excursions, abut $300 all in.
After vacillating a bit, I decided to go for it and take my chances with ...
... at the hotel we had Dim Sum at would be a great idea.
It's magnificent, about $100 a night so affordable for most westerners, staff to help out and book tours such as Bromo.
It is central too and there are many large shopping malls.
I would probably advise 2 nights here and 1 at Bromo (tour) .If you are a golfer maybe another 2 at the Finna golf resort.
Personally having mates here I could easily have stayed longer than a week.
... an invitation to anyone else to occupy it. If you go too slow you will be run over! The main object is to keep moving forward which works for me, the Suzuki has a water cooled motor but no fan on the radiator and requires air flowing through to avoid overheating. Stopping for too long and stop start traffic soon has it boiling. So I darted in and out with the best of them, rode on the shoulder, the footpath, the wrong side of the road and along an ...
... These students took my breath away this week and I could not be prouder. By the end of the day our total was at 6.5 million rp. that equates to about $700! That means they will be able to purchase 130 meters of pipe for Andre's water pump project in Sumba, Indonesia! Who ever said that a 7 year old can't change the world? Because I just witnessed 18 of them change the world for a community in Indonesia.
... tightly planned schedule. 3 hours later we made it to Ranu Kumbolo where there was a lake and we had some lunch (bread and bbq flavoured cheese singles!) Before leaving I had a quick swim in the lake to cool down.
At 4:20pm we had made it to our base camp at Arcopodo. It had been a long day walking (6 hours 20mins) but we knew Sunday was going to be even tougher. We had some dinner (more pieces and cheese singles) and stood round the fire with some Javanese ...