Puri Sindhu Mertha Guest House
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... slapen maar had geen keus helaas..
Gelukkig was het maar voor een paar uurtjes want om 3 uur s’ochtends zou de
jeep ons op komen halen on naar de vulkaan Bromo te gaan. De jeep deelde ik met
2 amerikanen dus daar heb ik een beetje mee rondgekuierd de berg op naar het uitzicht
punt (pap en mam dit heb ik, met mijn tong op mijn tenen, gelopen!) boven
aangekomen was het uitzicht super mooi en kwam daar weer wat mensen tegen die
ik eerder tijdens mijn reis had ontmoet, ...
... of the people is paramount. Temples are everywhere, seemingly every 30 feet a monument to another god. I swear, there's one Hindu god that looks like Teddy Roosevelt with vampire teeth. I was too embarrassed to take photos.
There are offerings all over the street, in front of every business. Little tiny boxes made of something very similar to Hawaiian ti leaves are made into a box, where flowers and incense are placed. And they are everywhere -- even laying ...
... about the challenge ahead, in so much pain
head to toe. Thank God for my lovely boy who put up with my wobble,
scooped me up off the floor, wiped away my tears with his flannel,
gave me a sweaty hug and convinced me that it really wasn't much
further. The final miles were agony, as it got hotter and hotter and
my legs came out in a prickly heat rash just to add to my general
disgustingness. The effort of having to raise a smile or even worse,
wave, was too much and ...
Our JBR Part 2 - Sanur - Bacon, walking standing still & ice cream
Day 6 continued - we lug our suitcase & 3 carry on luggage down onto the street to find a cab. Hoping for a newish one with a normal driver & cool air con we kind of get the opposite (old car, key stuck in boot, driver wearing no shoes, weird whirling sound as car gains speed & no seat belts - great!). Oh well what's 30 mins of terror?
Eventually we arrive at the Griya Santrian in ...
It was a stupid o'clock alarm call as i retreated from my bed to start an epic day on the road seeing the sights of central and west bali.
After finishing my scramble eggs on toast and various other delights i met the people who would show me around for the day, jumping into the van i was told to expect alot of driving (she wasn't lying). The views around bali are simply breathtaking with busy towns and villages one minuite then green lush rice fields the ...