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, ...
... br> I am not sure the meaning of this but there are also white elephant statues with their behinds facing us. I will look into what they all mean.
Whilst driving they show us the posh areas where all the very expensive houses are....they have no side or back windows and walls around them....with big flash gates.
They want privacy but want to show off their mansions.
We then drive through the poor area where they live in shanty shacks.....such ...
... Checked into very overpriced Hotel Ningrat (only game in town it seems) and spent afternoon wandering. Found Stadion Karapan Sapi, purpose built for bull races - no information of any kind but found a billboard stating race was taking place on Sunday - and walked back through town. Dinner of nasi goreng from a street vendor and had a mooch around a fairground that had sprung up for the evening in the centre of town. Starting ...
... in Ubud or Denpasar” I replied, worried that we might be dropped somewhere in the middle of nowhere with nowhere to stay either. “Yes, Ubud Denpasar”. We left it there, just happy to get the tickets to Bali sorted; we would worry about the final destination later.
Outside the station we flagged a taxi back to the shopping centre and once there, located a restaurant. an and I ordered beers and Mandy ...
... in the mud, and helped to plant a rice paddy (sorry if we sent them back far dirtier than they left!). Once out of the paddy, students cooperated with one another to help each other get clean and put their shoes and socks back on. Our rice cultivating experience ended with an amazing display of strength and vigor as students hulled the rice using traditional methods. After working up a hearty sweat, students were creative chefs as they ...