Pulau Umang Resort & Spa
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... my friend, and I will come to his rescue one day, and I am hoping that I will be able to keep my promise. Who are we to decide about the life of these innocent creatures?
How about I open a zoo for humans, and chain them in a stall and throw them rotten and disgusting food every day while I sell tickets to show them to others? I wonder how fast things would change if our beloved politicians and world leaders and the top 1% would be locked up in a zoo… Wake up ...
... Budi… but only because his name is a
slang for toilet in Hungarian…
Saturday I went to Kutoarjo with Anggun, who is in my project team at
the university here. This is her hometown where she grew up, so we stayed at
her house. Let me tell you something… this is a small village… which meant
that these people see maybe one white person a year, not even. This meant that
whatever I did or wherever I went, not just ...
... through the streets of Jember, we eventually happened upon the Ebiz hotel, near the university, which had the added appeal of an early breakfast, starting at 6am, which would mean that we could keep to our early starts and not have to get a breakfast box, which usually are inferior in their content to sticking around for the real deal. At 5.55am therefore, we duly presented ourselves at the hotel's top floor restaurant area ready for ...
... 4am early start!). I hadn't seen one traveller since arriving there, everything seemed to be done through package trips. Such a shame because there was so much to see and I especially wanted to swim with and see the green turtles but not possible to go on my own. To add to this, most trips require a minimum of 2 people so I have to pay double if I want to go on my own. Most annoying! Nevertheless my hopes weren't dashed, I would go to Malang and go to see Mt ...
... walled gardens. You can hire bikes and mopeds to get around, but we don't think there's that much to see. We settle in and sort out going to Borobudur Temple for sunrise in the morning. They serve afternoon tea at 4pm in a beautiful open communal relax area which is complimentary tea, coffee, banana fritters and savoury fritter, all really nice. We spend the rest of the day looking at our next route through Java and into Bali. We go ...