Bumi Surabaya City Resort
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... quickly. Which was good, as i was more than ready to get some sleep after the lack of it over the past few days.
Although i hate tours, they're sometimes the best way to go about things. In this case, it was definitely the best of the 3 options i had available to me. It was a long uncomfortable journey, but i'll forget about that in a few days. What i'll remember is, the amazing sunrise and the spectacle that was Mount. Bromo. The next update will describe my stay in Bali.
... cover it in all sorts of odd stuff. Anoop sampled it and said that it was definitely not a texture I would enjoy so I opted out.
The next day we did some running around in the morning. We stopped to take a quick look at the school Anoop had attended and then headed home to pack. We weren't worried about weight for the way home since we were allowed 46 kg each. I did have to pack things somewhat carefully though as we had some honey and jam that we did not ...
So we flew from Singapore back to Jakarta, and waited around for our flight to Pangkalan Bunn, a place name I can't say without giggling, but I don't know why.
We flew Kalstar Aviation, which is one of those small local airlines which I had never heard of before but does come up when you google it, so I felt safe because I'm easily reassured.
When we arrived we'd booked nothing. I'd read online that there was a desk at the airport where you could buy ...
... a black sand desert. It was an awesome ride. Then, a horse ride to the base of the crater, from where we ascend up the crator to see smoke coming out from it. Expected to see flowing lava but there is only smoke coming out from the crator. And, sulphur smell to confirm that it's a volcano. It was one of the most amazing tours I've ever taken. This is an itinerary where I enjoyed the journey more than the destination and it's highly recommended. Thank you ...
... temples. Although the vast majority of people in Java are Muslims, the people around this area are mostly Hindu. It is nice and cool up here, probably not much more than 15 degrees. We are now at about 2000 m above sea level.
We have a very nice dinner at the hotel restaurant, and then go to bed very early, because all our alarms are set for 3 am. (Yes, that is not a misprint. The car to take us up to Mt Bromo will pick us up at ...