de Daunan Home and Garden Guest House

Jl. Trunojoyo 2, Junrejo, Malang, Java, 65141, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jl. Trunojoyo 2, Junrejo, Malang.
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    Travel Blogs from Malang

    Sumatra; remote, evergreen island

    A travel blog entry by anne-ruth on Apr 24, 2014

    16 photos

    ... I went to the Panorama park, where you had a nice view of the canyons and green landscape. From there I entered the Japanese caves (build during WWII). Once in the caves I didn't really know what to look for. It was a maze of tunnels but I didn't find any information. But then on the chair was this crazy guy, that I already met the evening before. I was surprised to see him there but he told me he was a guide and started talking about the history of the caves. I'm ...

    Jungle trek

    A travel blog entry by terryandlauren on Feb 06, 2014

    71 photos

    ... surreal being so intimate with Jackie and something we will always remember.
    The final descent to camp was the hardest downhill stretch we had done, scrambling backwards for almost an hour, it was such a relief when we arrived. We jumped straight into the ice cold river it was so refreshing! We showered in the river and then enjoyed tea and biscuits before a yummy dinner of marinated chicken, veg curry, tofu and tomatoes and rice. We were so impressed with ...

    Trade description act...

    A travel blog entry by lauraandy on Oct 12, 2013

    3 comments, 29 photos

    ... 8217;m not one to shun my fans so I duly obliged before asking the Malaysian girl what it was all about. She explained that a lot of the locals are fascinated with westerners as they look ‘exotic’ (not sure I’ve ever been called that before) and it was a common thing in Yogyakarta and Mt Bromo. Very strange!

    The Malaysian couple never arrived and in the end we took the German couple from our bus the day before with us as they’d missed ...

    Bali/Diving in Gili Trawangan!

    A travel blog entry by krissymiddleton on Aug 24, 2013

    35 photos

    ... Mo and I high fived under the water whenever we saw something interesting...the water was much clearer than the Whitsundays and we got up real close to some huge turtles. The funniest part was clambering back up the side of the boat...a very unladylike sight. Edwin debriefed us, gave us some homework and we were finished at about 6.30 (long long day!). The food at Blue Marlin...amazing. Day 2 followed the same schedule, we watched more videos and did more theory...more ...

    Orangutans and elephants in Sumatran rainforest

    A travel blog entry by junglebelle on Aug 01, 2013

    1 comment, 52 photos

    ... an incredible experience, they are such beautiful creatures and I think we both felt so privileged to have seen them so close. Because they are so human like you really feel some sort of connection with them. I think you feel pretty protective of them too, knowing their endangered status and how fragile the species is.

    The next day we booked a one day trek into the rainforest, with the hope of seeing some more orang-utans, hopefully wild ones. We've done ...