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... joined us in the pools and there was much giggling when the boys lowered their 'bits' into the water (!) and we all had a good laugh when the uncles and older boys pushed the rejecting Dad into the pool. A zillion obligatory selfies with our new friends later and we headed back to the hotel where Hannah and Joe shared a pre-dinner Bintang whilst dangling legs in the pool and discussing the plan for the next few years- the plan; worry about it later :)
... to an amazing light show and visible display, as the light grew, detail emerged, colouring changed, and clouds rolled in UNDER the volcanoes to make it all look more surreal, and then rolled out again.
The scenery was truly spectacular. The photos are good, but they don't do justice to what we witnessed. And my backup camera behaved! Good thing since someone with a better camera that I lined up to send me the best of his photos hasn't done that (yet).
... smoke and we were right on the edge of a cliff top, not something you experience everyday.
Following this, we made our way back down to the jeep. At this point we were exhausted and headed back to the hotel to freshen up and have breakfast, whilst overlooking the vast array of mountains and Mount Bromo. The tiring journey was worth every aching muscle. It was now time to move on to the next adventure Java had in store for us............we couldn't ...
... and walked the last few hundred metres past the vendors trying to rent you blankets or sell you tea and coffee, this viewing point even had tiered seating on wooden benches like a sports stadium. The wonder of the sunrise over a nearby, active volcano was very heavily dampened by groups of Indonesian teenagers standing on the benches with their backs to the sunrise and taking 500 almost identical photos to put on Facebook. Or the hundred people holding their phones as high ...
... will be here all too quick.
I hear the little man walking up our street with his little cart banging it.......they bang a different noise for different things they are selling.
I wish they did that at home.
We are going to a very old hotel for dim sum brunch and then to the airport around 1.30 for a 4.30 International flight to Penang.
Whilst we are sad to be leaving what has been a wonderful week, we are also excited to start the final leg of our journey, a week in Penang.