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... room to wrap around me during the jeep ride to the sunrise point at Mount. Penanjakan. And what a beautiful sunrise it turned out to be. It more than made up for the feeble one i'd witnessed back in Jogja, several days earlier. From here we took the 4X4 across the "Sea of Sand" and to the base of Mount. Bromo. Bromo is just one of Indonesia's many active volcanos. Although a much visited tourist spot, the government does at times issue warnings against visits due to ...
... to appease, at least to request.
You'll see from the photos that there is not much room on the crater's lip to walk on it, and that this becomes quite terrifying when the guardrail ends and you're standing on the top of a steep pyramid, where a slip in one direction means certain death and a slip in the other means being mangled and disabled for life, if you live. Once the precarious nature of where I was hit me, I carefully made my way back to the guardrail. I think I've mentioned ...
... and higher, where it kept getting colder and colder! As me and Anna don't really have any winter clothes at all with us, we had to rent some big coats for the trip. We looked like 80s MC Hammer dancers We all sat in a little cafe and had some hot chocolate to warm us up and then walked up (which took about 15 minutes) to the top of the mountain which overlooks Mount Bromo and is famous for it's sunrise views! We stood and ...
... bathroom with a big warm shower and free toiletries and tea station. We even had a TV and room service included so I decided to order a burger and chips to our room to treat myself after the long day! We have never ever been so happy to finally be in bed and most of all be safe in this strange city where no one at all seems to speak English or know the hostel we were originally supposed to stay at or is willing to help two girls in a difficult ...
... main part of Indonesia, was in the evening so we got a taxi to the airport at about 5.30 pm. We found a warung at Bali airport, where I managed to spill my noodles all over my new dress because I'm so tired from my 6am bed time! I then decided to pour salt all over the dress to get rid of the grease stain and wash it off in the toilets with soap. I got some very strange looks in the airport to say the least but I don't care as long as I saved my dress ...