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The flight from Denpasar Bali to Surabaya Java was quicker than I thought was even possible. By the time I had read the Air Asia mags article on why we shouldn't be killing sharks the pilot was already announcing to put our seat upright and trays away for landing. I genuinely thought it was a joke. So we needed up gaining time in our lives due to the 1 hour time difference, always good to have a bit more of life to live. This is where hell hit us ...
... to come to the right place. I skipped flying into the capital of Indonesia, Jakarta. It's a big, hectic, noisy city, and I decided to give it a skip this trip.
Traveling in Indonesia will be different from about any other place I have traveled so far, from what I can find out. This is off the normal route people normally backpack through and because of that, the country is not as well connected and set-up for traveling foreigners as many other countries ...
... around 11:30am. Once off the train we said goodbye to the people we met and hopped in a cab to the hotel. We spent the afternoon resting after our long day of travelling and then it started pouring while we were in the room so we decided that instead of going out to grab some food for dinner we'd just head downstairs to the hotel restaurant. Once we were back up in the room we spent the night watching some TV and then getting a good nights sleep.
... is flanked by Brahma and Vishnu temples that are 33 meters high. These towering temples are very majestic, and the impact of them springing up out of nowhere as you approach them from a distance is powerful. There are 13 other smaller temples in the complex, and at one time there were an additional 224 small temples in concentric circles around the main complex. You can still see the ruined piles of the hundreds of small temples.
Each of the ...
... mall, hence the power cut! This hotel is really good and allow us to use the place and also help our selves to tea and coffee. We sit around for a few hours then decide on a change of scene so go to a bar nearby, as we're sat there the second storm is unleashed, and once again we are trapped in a bar. Unfortunately this time can't drink because of travelling later. The rain drags on for awhile and as we ...