How did we get to Gubeng station? Simple. We took the angkot C from across the station, and then continued with angkot N. Well I wish it was that simple.. haha.. It was actually confusing because we asked around and we got a number of different answers. So we just trusted our instinct and put the answers together, sorta. We crossed the street from Pasar Turi’s main gate, took angkot with the C code and hoped to get some kind of inspiration on the way.
We’ve bought the train ticket back to Jakarta about a month prior the trip for Rp 125,000. It departed from Sby at 5pm and arrived in Jakarta the next morning, Gambir station, or you could also hop off at Jatinegara station, Jakarta.
A QUICK VISIT TO MALANG
We feel so lucky to have friends scattered in various cities. Before arriving at Surabaya, Edo had been contacting our college friends who now live in Surabaya and are originally from there (we went to college in Bandung, by the way). Tiva and Riski, wife & hubby, picked us up at the station. They took us home and we had a fun updating conversation and taking turns showering.
Arriving in Jakarta the next day, my mood suddenly dropped again. My my, when can I actually move out of this city and live in Ubud…? :P