Taman Sari Cottage II
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTaman Sari Cottage II Tuban
It was alright. Bed big, locks bad, two lockable compartments for possessions. Tea and coffee complimentary. 10 minutes from beach by foot
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... G, purplish and grey,so we wandered around to Matahari shopping centre and found some earrings for Amy and G, some sunglasses and a couple of stubby holders.
Went from there to the Al Dente restaurant at Ramayana Hotel on the corner where we have stayed before. G had a G&T without T. We were only stopping for one drink which turned into the 1 Litre handle which Laurence and I both demolished with great gusto. Then we had another one. As we were primed we decided ...
... of silent dogs and roosters so quiet nights full of soft breeze in the palm sounds - so soothing.
I haven't done anything tourist like except change money and buy SIM cards for the phone and ipad.
This morning I had a long conversation with a local who was watching the flag raising ceremony in Djarkarta on TV. Today - 17th August is Independence Day in Indonesia and it's 69 years old. All the streets are decorated with red and white ...
... current was too strong to swim. Next thing I know I'm lying on the front of his surf board with him perched above just behind. Then he shouts 'okay the wave is coming get ready' and we are whooshed away at what felt like 100mph with me screaming my lungs out absolutely LOVING LIFE. I could hear him laughing his head off clearly amused by my reaction. For all I know to him that could have been quite a timid wave but for me it was an amazing thrill ride ...
It was extremely early on Thursday the 1st of May, I woke up at 2.00am and was ready for a really exhausting but big day! As soon as I was up and ready I was nervous but couldn't control my excitement as it was my first time ever going overseas. My bags were all packed and were already packed in my parents car for when they were picking me up to set me off. I was worried I had packed too many things in my bag and would have to pay for excess baggage, and we wouldn't want that as I ...
... the one hand, civets were extensively poached before they became more valuable alive than dead in Indonesia. On the other hand, I sickens me to read about the poor condition in which many of these civets are kept. Many people call now for the boycott of the coffee, but this isn't the answer, either, because then the animals will likely be hunted for the meat and fur again. Ideally, the Indonesian government would regulate the industry, but this seems unlikely with so ...