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... of them familiar to us. Our guide told us that there is a lot of competition in selling flowers and every shop does marketing online and through flyers with specials all the time. The flower market, unlike other markets we have visited, seemed to have lots of products for sale and very few customers.
We passed a couple other landmarks (the Heroes Statute, commemorating the heroes in the fight for independence and the Imperial Palace, a hotel for visiting dignitaries) ...
Nach etwa vier Stunden Zugfahrt durch Java erreichten wir Surabaya. Die Eksekutif Class im Zug entsprach in etwa der zweiten Klasse in den ÖBB, war also vollkommen in Ordnung. Unser Taxifahrer versicherte zwar, zu wissen, wo unser Hotel war, musste unterwegs dann aber doch dreimal über den Taxifunk nachfragen bis wir im Grand Darmo (ja, tatsächlich) ankamen. Direkt vor unserem Hotel war ein Park, der offenbar der abendliche Treffpunkt für die Locals war. So ...
... headed into a rice paddy. Again we crossed some interesting characters that worked on the fields. The journey through the paddy showed beautiful views and before long we were heading across a tiny bamboo bridge back into the village.
After the incredible hike we were pilling in the car for a 5-hour drive up to Mt Bromo. After the drive a cold beer and noodle dinner was much needed especial because we had to be awake for another hike but this time at ...
... through the middle of the jungle to Java's oldest Hindu temple was quiet unexpected. A challenging hike can mean many things to many people so I wouldn’t discourage anyone from giving it a try. Although, when it starts raining in the jungle, walking in slippery mud and being as clumsy as I am can only lead to 'bad’ things like a few falls onto unknown spikey shrubs and the inevitable ripping of holes in ones pants. Yes, that is correct; ...
... fresh cooked treats. I saw a man whipping up yummy looking noodles, chicken and veg in a wok and just had to order a serve. Yum Yum. Sat with a group of mostly men all enjoying various dishes and having our usual laughing attempts at communication. Street food in Asia is just so great, possibly not what most westerners consider appropriate hygiene standards and you get to perch on a small stool and eat using a fairly grubby plank as a table but the tastes are ...