D'Season Hotel Surabaya
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... in contact with. I took a cool shower and went to bed with the hopes of being better in the morning. I didn't sleep well -- I was itchy -- and I woke up very early to find that the rash had spread. It was on my legs, arms, chest, stomach, and even my scalp. I decided to go to see the ship's doctor. She agreed that it looked like hives and gave me some Benadryl to take. We had a tour scheduled, so I took one of the pills and we headed off.
The day was predicted to be ...
... assuring us that yes, really the restaurant was only 10 minutes away to which we all approved. At the lotus lake hotel we enjoyed a hot breakfast of both western and Indonesian foods. The four of us got to know each other a little better over conversations about Taipei and Taiwan in general, discussing the food we loved, places we visited, the weird fashion and the great MRT. Again Niomi and I realised that we really must go back as there is still so much we haven't ...
... br> So back in the car and we drive to an Indian restaurant which is attached to a driving range.
Dee thought it would be good for Mark and Glenn to have a hit together before their game later this week.
So we enjoy a lovely meal and then We girls relax on the gorgeous velvet lounges and look through the glass at the guys having a hit.
Home and a few games of pool, we hit the sack at 11.30 which is really 12.30 for us.......exhausted.
... eyes and as suppositories to make them run faster, although didn’t see any of this. There was continuous whipping of the animals though with many having open sores on their backsides. After a couple of hours, we were well and truly baked and decided to head off with only a third of the tournament complete. Took a cycle rickshaw back to the hotel to collect stuff and then a minibus to Kamal, the ferry port, as inexplicably the bus that brought us to ...
... train station we completed the forms required to buy the tickets, including three fictitious passport numbers (I know mine off by heart as it’s easily memorable, but the others had no clue). We originally asked for a ticket to Ubud on Bali, as this was our intended destination, the woman working the counter looked at me and said “Yes Ubud Denpasar” “No, Ubud is a separate place to Denpasar, will we ...