TS Suites Surabaya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... which was great and we were soon boarding our next flight. The leg room was not so great on our second flight which was too bad since it was 12 hours! The food was much better than it had been on the way over and we were glad we had just gone with regular meals. It actually had flavour and we decided that perhaps they had given us a bland meal on the way over rather than what we had ordered. We arrived home and were very happy when all of our bags made it off the ...
Our boat was bright yellow and painted with Orangutans so you could see us coming. On board was a Captain, a Co-Captain, a Cook and our Guide. We were quite surprized to have four people looking after us. To enter the national park we had to go down a tributary of the huge river. On the banks of the river at this point were huge Napia Palms, their leaves can grow to a massive ten meters in length. It was in this part that we ...
... it worries the animals and our cats however everyone in Surabaya and everyone in our street is setting them off so I/We just go with it.
I am exhausted though, new medication and late nights and travelling have caught up with me and I can't concentrate on the cards so I head off to bed for a nap....but fail because of the noise of the fireworks.
I wander out again about 11.30 just as Glenn is coming in to wake me and we unlock the gates and ...
The drive to Mt Bromo takes about 4 hours, the last hour of which takes us high up into the mountains on a fairly narrow road with the occasional huge pot hole. The landscape up here is very different, instead of rice fields we see vegetable fields, mainly potatoes, onions, and lots of cabbage fields. Apparently this area is also famous for it Edelweiss flowers. We get to the very nice Java Banana Lodge (near the town of ...
... rules to the elementary students and then will act as “enforcers” on the playground in the upcoming weeks.
From putting the final touches on their school-wide action projects to practicing and performing their student-written plays on stage, the 2nd grade students have been busy demonstrating that they are risk-takers who show others empathy.
Along with learning about taking action and understanding ...