Bromo Permai I
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Not ready for service. No hot water. Bad breakfast (a piece of toast???)
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... shoulders. He invited me to try and lift his load, much to the hilarity of the onlookers and Andi was in complete stitches! Just impossible, I'm such a weakling and it was "only" 45 kilos!! We spent a good 3 hours up there taking in the beauty of the surroundings, watching the miners, marvelling at the changing colour of the lake in the crater and stuffing our faces with bourbon biscuits! I took 123 photos! Neither of us wanted to leave but the wind ...
... the scenic route, a 2 hour windy journey through local villages, sold to us as an opportunity to experience real village life. Unfortunately we were on the verge of hallucination at this point, and keeping our eyes open was a bit much to ask. So we slept through our 'treat' and woke up as we arrived back in Yogyakarta.
Back at the guest house we fell asleep until our tummies woke us ready for lunch!
We stared into the cloud filled crater below, like a bowl of cotton wool, until a sudden wind change revealed like a flickering flame, the acid lake hidden beneath. Such beauty, such colour, the deepest turquoise with snakes of steam hissing away from it. We paused by the intimidating “Visitors are strictly not to go down the mine” sign, before a miner enquired “do you want to go down” – we looked at each other ...
... in bas-reliefs, extending over a total length of 6 km. It has been hailed as the largest and most complete ensemble of Buddhist reliefs in the world, unsurpassed in artistic merit, each scene an individual masterpiece. The narratives reliefs on the main walls read from the right to left, those on the balustrade from left to right. This was done for the purpose of the Pradaksina, the ritual circumambulation which the pilgrims make moving on the ...
... led from Mendut to Borobudur, closed in by walls with niches built into them. According to Dutch archaeologist JG de Casparis, the temple forms part of a once huge temple complex together with the Pawon and Borobudur temples and, chronologically speaking, is the oldest among the three. For Buddhists in Indonesia and abroad, the Mendut temple holds special significance. The existence of the three gigantic Buddha statues holds its own ...