D'Season Hotel Surabaya
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... VAN! Boy, am excited to board it because it's my first time! Another ride I can put it down to the list of vehicles I have taken! Our journey is a 10 hrs drive to our destination in East Java, the Blawan coffee plantation as it's located at Ijen Plateau (the volcano that we are heading to experience sulfur harvesting).
Unfortunately, our vehicle's air-cond broke down in the middle of the journey, and we had ...
No one checking liquids, only one x ray and pay the 150 000rp departure tax at check in.
Hmmm not good for security.
The airport is very basic, much less than Perth airport and that's saying something.
We walk towards our gate to find a comfy seat and I spot the executive lounge.
I enquire and for 100 000rp ($10) we get food, drinks (no alcohol) lounge seats and wifi.
That's 2 cups of coffee at home so we say yes please, 3 ...
... to get to the public bus but realised we wouldn’t make it on time. Car drove us for two and a half hours and we watched the sun go down as we headed into the range of volcanoes. In a town halfway up the mountain, the driver stopped for directions and a random local got in the car and told us Cemoro Lawang where we wanted to go was too far uphill for the taxi and we had to get his motorbike for cheap price. We stood our ground, knowing this was a ...
... an almost impossible feat in Indonesia. Too tired to get on bike looking for food so retreated to bed to sleep. All good until about 11pm when I was woken by loud music coming from the empty restaurant. Car park now FULL and Karaoke in full swing. I think I have found the answer to the war on terrorism. Instead of spending countless millions on war machines just set up thousands of secret Karaoke parlors in Muslim countries where people can burn up ...
... he decided to make Sumba his home. Over his time in Sumba, he observed the villagers’ struggle to get one of life’s basic human needs—water. So inspired by the kindness and generosity of the Indonesians of Sumba, he made a commitment to find a way to bring them easier access to clean water.
Working with the local city government, Pak André is building water pumps to bring the ...