D'Season Hotel Surabaya
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"The wrath of Bromo is appeased during the annual Kasada festival, when Tenggerese Hindus come to Bromo to make peace with the mountain, and ...
... and great food and very reasonably priced.
Full, we head off to the shopping mall Galaxy.
We decide 3 hours is a good time to spend there and as it was quite expensive, we managed to see every shop of all floors (there are about 6) as we don't spend too long in any once we realise the prices.
I expect the wealthy Chinese in the posh houses shop here.
Stacey buys 2 tops and 2 belts.
I purchase some black blingy sketchers thongs.....and they were a bargain at 97 000rp ...
... so and a power cut, so we did some internetting in hotel lobby. Ventured outside to get lunch of bakso (served in a plastic bag!) and walked to police station to try to get license for scooter on Madura. 11 people gathered round and we did our best with phrasebook app and google translate! Numbers 12 and 13 arrived and could speak some English. Beckoned us into office and after a lengthy scrutiny of A's passport and driving ...
Caught the train from Jawa to Surabaya and along the way figured out that moshulu means gents and wanita means ladies. Bought some doughnuts out of starvation, grabbed a taxi, found our hostel and got some food. Organised a taxi to the airport for 5 in the morning to Singapore! Nice hostel in a disgusting ...
... they were able to carry throughout the day.
An Indonesian gets dirty water (coffee grounds or collected rain water from garden). They will then have to boil the water outside on a stove to purify it. Waiting for it to boil in the heat of the day. Each day, one child in the Indonesian group dies from a water borne illness. “Ever 21 seconds a child dies from a water borne illness” The student is then dead for the day and can no ...