Bromo Permai I
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Not ready for service. No hot water. Bad breakfast (a piece of toast???)
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To reach our accommodation at a small hotel in front of Mount Bromo we changed from the bus we had been travelling with to small vans, more suitable for the road inside the National Park.
Mount Bromo is an active volcano named after the Hindi God Brahma, and the view from the hotel was directly to it.
After we arrived to the hotel we got …
... Peter about 200 pictures on his phone; obsessive behaviour perhaps. Anyhow, we had had a long day so it was time for some rest.............. to be cntd
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Borobudur< br> ...
... so. I loved what I saw.
The works of the island, fishing from its shores in wide outrigger counterbalanced boats and canoes, hunting, gathering, agriculture, particularly the rice fields, tending cattle, building, loving and worshiping are seen over and over again in their art forms. It is a notable mark of their technique that things are repeated, meaning they are loved.
This is along with the integrated spiritual side, the ...
... there are a wide variety of hotels, from a simple bed & breakfast to starred hotels. The easiest way to get there is by joining a tour or renting a car.
After visited Borobudur temple, we should leave to Mendut temple but we don't explore it since we need to be at Prambanan temple soon but there is some information about Mendut temple. The small Buddhist Mendut Temple in Central Java forms an inseparable part of ...
... I have to confess I was pretty excited to be going see this, one of SE Asia's premier attractions, especially considering that I was aware that I had not initially intended to see it at all. I was joined on my tour by Kevin and Laura, a newly-wed couple from London as well as a couple of other backpackers. Anna and Laura were from Holland and South Africa respectively. They had met on Bali a few weeks previously and were enjoying ...