Okay, last post from Surabaya, I'm afraid. It feels like our trip lasted longer than it did with all this posting. But, don't worry, our last destination was quite a humdinger. If you know me well, you should know that this place is quite short of heaven for me. You guessed it: it's a library! Of course, if you're Indonesian, you could've read that in the title. If you're not, the title means "Indonesian Central Bank Library." At first, I thought it meant that we got to read old financial archives of the country - which might sound boring but intrigued me anyhow - but apparently it's just your run-of-the-mill library. It houses all kinds of books from scientific books, novels, comic books to children books, newspapers and magazines. The building itself was built in 1921 by Dutch architects, with its unique rooftop, taking the shape of a tumpeng. It was first the dwelling of Indonesia Central Bank's CEO but changed functions. In 1975 it was turned into the Mpu Tantular Museum, which houses many cultural artefacts until 2014, when the building was returned to its rightful owner - the Central Bank - and turned into a public library until presently.