TS Suites Surabaya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Slowly, the skies cleared, and brightened, and my optimism grew. When it was starting to be light enough to see, the volcanoes slowly emerged before us. There were still what looked like a few clouds near them, but not a lot. As it got lighter, I realized that the remaining "clouds" that might impair the view were not clouds at all, just smoke coming out of two of the craters. Yeah!! The weather gods smiled kindly on this endeavour. For the next hour and a half, we ...
... to fit me or knickers for that matter !!
The spa in bali gave me paper ones and after my finger went through them, then my big toe and then I think I heard the elastic snap, they went into the bin :)
Dee makes gorgeous jewellery, has a real eye for colour and talent, so I buy 2 pieces off her that I had her custom make to go with my new dresses from Soul sisters in Bali.
The boys are now shooting some pool and having a beer, us girls are doing bits and pieces (yes on the net) ...
We arrived in Surabaya at 1am without any hotel booked as usual and after a few tries we found one that wasn't full. We quickly understood why... for 90000Rp (about £6) we got a room that looked more like a jail cell with hard beds, a ****** fan, no covers and mosquitos. The bathroom side was quite minimalist as ...
... about the inequities surrounding water.
Our Blog Post to parents:
“This week’s lessons from our Sharing the Planet unit are designed to conjure up feelings of true empathy and compassion for others while also helping students appreciate all the goodness they have in their own lives. The experiences, though artificial in nature, are incredibly real when the impact of the scenario finds its way in to our classroom.
... for creating a safe and happy environment, we interviewed different people about their wants and needs. The most impactful interview was when we interviewed one of the gardeners in our school. The gardeners make very little money and work very hard to keep our environment happy and safe. During the interview, you could hear a pin drop when Pak Sali, our head gardener, told the students (through a translator) that he wanted his kids to ...