Hotel Margosuko

Jl. K.H. Ahmad Dahlan No.40-42, East Java, Malang, Java, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jl. K.H. Ahmad Dahlan No.40-42, East Java, Malang.
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Travel Blogs from Malang

The Misleadingly Named Hotel Happy

A travel blog entry by miss_cegenation on Jul 01, 2014

... buying a lot of things I actually wanted, which the other person would probably have been happy to sell me at a price which was acceptable to us both. It's something I need to work on.

We ended up paying about 115 each for the tour. It was peak season, and as far as I could tell this was about average on our boat. If you're not traveling in peak season or you've got a bigger group, or you're just better at haggling than me, you should be able to get a better price.

Amazing, Amazing, Amazing!

A travel blog entry by valriley on Jan 17, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... a bunch of bananas. We were just a few feet away from them and had the most amazing view, they were so calm and beautiful it brought tears to my eyes. Another mother and baby came at the back of us and stayed around for 10 minutes or so. We moved on up and down through the jungle which was really quite tough going as it was very wet and slippery and we were fortunate to come across a big male Orangutan that happily sat on his branch whilst we took photos. Further ...

Bali/Diving in Gili Trawangan!

A travel blog entry by krissymiddleton on Aug 24, 2013

35 photos

... into my toes :-/ we enjoyed the 9am sunny boat ride to our dive site. At 29 metres below the surface, I could feel the difference in the breathing; it felt harder. Mo and I took some time to get used to it...a bit unnerving at first, because if you start heaving or breathing too quickly you waste your air, which at 30 metres deep is not ideal. The currents were fairly strong so at times we would just drift with them, it was fun to just let your body go limp and almost ...

Chinese New Year

A travel blog entry by katihanson on Jan 21, 2012

1 comment, 7 photos

... Year as the first day of Chinese New Year.

The Chinese New Year legend began in a village in China, thousands of years ago, that was ravaged by an evil monster on winter’s eve. The following year the monster returned and again ravaged the village. Before it could happen a third time, the villagers devised a plan to scare the monster away. Red banners were hung everywhere; the color red has ...

Temples, volcanoes & hidden train stations...

A travel blog entry by marclewis on Dec 10, 2011

21 photos

... by a couple of hours, which we weren't very impressed with but at least we got to see the sunrise and all of the temple.

That afternoon we went for lunch at a local cafe. Just as we were finishing, our new friend Bang Bang noticed us and struck up a conversation. He then carried on to tell us his brother has an art studio with lots of paintings and he invited us there for tea. We tried to politely decline but he didn't want to let it drop so we ...