D'Season Hotel Surabaya
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Nach etwa vier Stunden Zugfahrt durch Java erreichten wir Surabaya. Die Eksekutif Class im Zug entsprach in etwa der zweiten Klasse in den ÖBB, war also vollkommen in Ordnung. Unser Taxifahrer versicherte zwar, zu wissen, wo unser Hotel war, musste unterwegs dann aber doch dreimal über den Taxifunk nachfragen bis wir im Grand Darmo (ja, tatsächlich) ankamen. Direkt vor unserem Hotel war ein Park, der offenbar der abendliche Treffpunkt für die Locals war. So ...
... fresh cooked treats. I saw a man whipping up yummy looking noodles, chicken and veg in a wok and just had to order a serve. Yum Yum. Sat with a group of mostly men all enjoying various dishes and having our usual laughing attempts at communication. Street food in Asia is just so great, possibly not what most westerners consider appropriate hygiene standards and you get to perch on a small stool and eat using a fairly grubby plank as a table but the tastes are ...
... eat their noodles was hilarious, both really struggled and only Dan finished. Only as he slurped the last noodle down did I remind him that we had a five hour car journey tomorrow “Oh sh*t, I forgot that” was his worried reply!
Back at the hostel, Mandy and Tracy retired to their room to wear their shoes, and Dan and I made the treacherous trip to the petrol station to get beers. On the way, we decided ...
... to make his parents happy.” –Lawrence
But what the students were really shocked about was the fact that Pak Sali’s family usually eats only two meals per day. After hearing this, the students began to brainstorm a way of helping him:
“I think I can give him fresh water.” –Ji Min
“I can give him little shoes for his chidren.” –Hyun Sik
“I can ...
or a special place to be alone with your friends.
And big things...
like not being afraid,
like having the chance to study and learn,
like knowing you are loved by family or friends.
Peace is being able to have, or to hope for and work for,
at least some of the things you want.
Everybody is different.
They want and need different things, in different places,
at different times in their lives.
Peace is ...
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- Free parking