The Residences Pacific Place
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... return tickets by the awful ferry to get back to Surabaya and as we had now flown and cut several days of travelling out, we had only a very short window of time to get a refund on our ferry tickets. 11am to be precise!
We had to dash across the city to their head office. We were there by 8:30am abut had to wait 30 minutes as they didn't open until 9am.
By 9:05 no one had turned up for the ticket office so we asked a man in another office when it was opening. ...
... that the palace was shut as it was a public holiday (funny that it always seems to be public holidays when we want to see any city's main attraction...) however, we were told that we were in fact incredibly lucky as there was an amazing two day art event featuring over 20 artists taking place that day, which only happens once a year!! Not believing our luck we hopped into a little becak (Indonesian tuk tuk) and got taxied across town to a little shop (clearly open all ...
... So, my sister and I went to Pondok Indah mall to have coffee with my nan. Now the previous day, my sister felt sick and fainted on the toilet floor, she sweated and were taken to hospital. We went to Pondok Indah mall with my nan and went to a coffee shop there despite her being sick. She wanted to finish her work from the office while I shopped around the mall. ...
... kg they had to walk down the volcano to sell it. The men were wearing only flip-flops or broken shoes. Some of the men were past 60 years and had wounds on their shoulders. They were doing this trip twice a day, for around 2 euro. Unbelievable. From East Java I took the ferry to Bali. Once in the port of Bali, I had to take a bus first to the capital Denpasar. At the busstation, I didn't have many options because it was a holiday-day. A man at the station said it was going to be ...
... plus to this museum was that their were English translations on every display, something I have not found elsewhere. You can exit the museum part of the Monas to the outside where again the four corners of the enclosed monument serve to show Indonesia's brief history, this time through carved concrete walls. I have begun to notice that whatever Indonesians put their heart into they excel at. These walls are beautifully carved and incredibly detailed. I know they are not ...