Bromo Permai I
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Not ready for service. No hot water. Bad breakfast (a piece of toast???)
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... looked like they had been set up for a meeting later that day. 6.20 am arrived, and still no sign of breakfast. I took a peek in the kitchen and saw one young man scurrying around stirring a large pot of bubbling soup and chopping vegetables. "What's he doing?" said Steve. "Buggering around with all sorts of stuff!"I said, feeling increasingly irritated by the dual torments of hunger and tardiness. Five more minutes passed and nothing appeared ...
... Tourist Information office was open. So a repeat of the day before really, again no luck and the monkey and man were still performing! No, Java was against me getting around, and I was so disappointed because there was so much to see there and the countryside amazingly beautiful. I liked the people too, really friendly and helpful even though not many spoke English. Climbing a volcano in the dark and being on the rim for sunrise was amazing and I so wanted to ...
... teachers except the young boy. His father said that he had learnt to surf in an hr in Bali and that the Gili islands (Lombok) had changed a lot in 15 yrs, since they last went. Then there had only been 50 people on the biggest island; now perhaps 2000. The prices had jumped as a result.
It was sweltering hot and we walked to Siwa, the biggest temple complex. The detail really is astounding. I saw some giant ants on a tree and ...
... that to be had. There are few people about in Ubud after 2100 so there is a real difference in one place and another. But none the less there are more than enough places offering solitude, the chance to lay back and learn a bit about this enchanted island. Or you can trek, swim,surf, dive and get some sun or just be a temple freak like me. You have a wide choice.
But Ubud seemed to offer a gentle mixture of quite a few things. And also for me a lot of ...
... my bag and OFF I go to the public bus terminal just across the street from the hostel entrance!
From the street entrance to the hostel, I crossed the main street to the bus stop and waited for bus 2B to Jombor bus station (6,000 rp). When I arrived in Jombor, I asked around for the buses to Prambanan Temple--and voila! off I go to the Prambanan Bus terminal (20,000 rp). From there, I could have walked to the Tample entrance for about a ...