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... is one of three volcanoes to have emerged from a vast crater, stretching 10km across. Flanked by the peaks of Kursi and Batok, the smouldering cone of Bromo stands in a sea of ashen, volcanic sand, surrounded by the towering cliffs of the crater’s edge. Just to the south, Gunung Semeru (3676m), Java’s highest peak and one of its most active volcanoes, throws its shadow – and occasionally its ash – over the whole scene.
"Gunung Bromo really ...
... on the floor with mosquito nets hung over them. They were actually surprisingly comfortable and only slightly damp. Before we went to bed, and then again in the morning, the crew would point us to the shower and suggest that we should use it. I tried to politely decline and make excuses, because while I really did not want to shower in the black river water I figured that this was what they were used to and how rude is it to tell someone that what ...
... end it with my favourite egg tarts and the total for the 5 of us is about 460 000rp. ($45).
We go to the foyer for a sit and normally you would be served coffee here, Dee thinks we wont have enough time though so we just head home.
We chat for half hour, say goodbye to the cats and load the car.
At 1pm we leave for the airport, arriving at 1.30pm.
Our flight to penang is 4.30pm and so we like to allow 3 hours for an International flight.
... I didn't actually find it, a young guy on a scooter did the "follow me trick" when I asked for directions to a hotel. Nice place with ten rooms and I am the only guest. My room has a new bed, bathroom with flushing western toilet and tiled trough of water and dipper for a mandi. There was the usual "No sir wifi not working, sorry! Restaurant not open yet, sorry!" but all in all a nice clean quiet place. Parked up and went for a long walk in search of food with ...
... the base of the mountain all the way up to the villages at its apex. As the water travels up the mountain, it is filtered to make the drinking water potable. After making contact with him, we decided to try to find a way to Skype. During our Skype interview, the grade two students were impressed that Andre gets 100% of his supplies from Indonesia: water pumps, solar panels, and water pipes; making ...