Shorea Beach Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of our throats. Eventually, our guide dished out gas masks... although I was already wearing my small face mask because I was so cold I needed my breath to heat up my face. Nikki was so cold she had put on her dads large black waterproof poncho.... you know its cold if Nikki is feeling it. Once at the bottom, the crater lake was no longer the milky blue seen from above, instead it looked like a completely normal lake, slightly eery, and like we could have been standing by ...
... over an hour to get our lunches. Oh well what else were we going to do? Andrew wandered further down the road for a massage after lunch and I came back to our room, sweaty and hot, to find the air conditioner was not working properly again. I thought it was just me but I walked into Celeste's room; it was like an ice box and it was on 25!!! I called the front desk and ask for a "technician/engineer" to check it. He checked outside first and went away and ...
... streets of Denpasar and as we got further away from the south the traffic eased. Many people have already left to go home for Nyepi so the roads were busy. Our first stop was at a coffee plantation! We had all done this kind of tour before but obediently followed the plantation lady while she explained all the plants, fruits and spices to us. We tasted the usual variety of coffees and teas and of course were then shown to the shop!! We had no idea this was part of our transport ...
... as bad as all of the other storms and only lasted 10 minutes. After we returned, with huge smiling faces from the views that we had seen as maybe a tad patch of sunburn, we relaxed by the pool and read and swam. We are currently being entertained, in the garden sitting at a the tables for dinner that they had pulled from ...
... a bit and later took the bus from Bondowoso directly to Surabaya. To get onto the train to Yogyakarta. However because the bus took us 10 hours to get there we stayed in Surabaya for one night. Surabaya is a business city and this was the first place in Indonesia where I had a proper shower. Also we found a civil code book for Indonesia and I noticed that it still says 'Burgerlijk Wetboek'.
On the 11th we took the business class train to Yogyakarta.