Da Rifi Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Bij aankomst op het vliegveld van Jakarta, werd ik aangesproken door twee Japanse jongens, of ik een taxi wilde delen om kosten te besparen. Dat leek mij wel een goed idee. Zij konden mij ook vertellen welke taxiᷰs wel en niet goed zijn hier in Indonesie. Er zijn namelijk maar 2 taxibedrijven die met een meter rijden en dat is veel goedkoper …
... the factory where the cigarettes are still made by hand by women workers. They produce between 320 and 400 cigarettes per hour and watching them was like watching a movie in fast forward. It was amazing how quickly they moved. The primary product is the 2-3-4 cigarettes. This brand is the most popular in Indonesia -- the name 2-3-4 designates a superior product because 2+3+4=9 and 9 is the considered the luckiest number in Indonesia. The workers are paid about 30,000 ...
... way to the Mt Bromo lookout point on Gunung Penanjakan.
The journey up to the lookout was great, just rattling around on the back of the 4WD as we sped over the Sea of Sand at the base of Bromo. It felt like a scene from Mad Max as scores of motorbikes and 4WD's zig zagged their way across the sand all racing to get to the viewpoint first! Finally we arrived at the parking place and it was carnage - scooters everywhere offering ...
... tourists we decided to walk around the crater which was nice accept the burning lungs problem and the odd sand storm haha. We did not come back down the stairs but just sort of walked off the edge down a stand path where I pretended it was man's first steps on the moon most of the way. I could still see the horses at the bottom mobbing jeeps like they had us and I thought I want in on that action mate I want to mob a jeep. 3 pounds later I was on a horse ready to ...
... 8217;re starting to get used to the good standard of hotel we’ve been having lately, and will struggle to re-adapt to our more basic lot in life after we leave Java and head back into areas with very little concept of tourism. After our little Western-world cocoon evening, and the best breakfast spread yet, we left on Wednesday morning for a fairly fast 117km journey to Batu, albeit another one that involved climbing a hill of over 1km in altitude gain to get ...