Grand Trawas Resort Mojokerto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... public bus journey should have only been 35,000IDR (£1.80) per person! We were quickly running out of time, so I said yes to the Cafe Lava guy and told Nikki and Steve to get our bags off the roof of the bus. The driver was pretty much refusing to take them off, and when the Cafe Lava guy saw that the bags were on the bus, he started laughing nervously and walking backwards... saying that they are not allowed to take business away from the bus drivers. Arggghhh. I agree'd ...
... greeters at the statue as well as police to help our buses with parking nearby. The current mayor of Surabaya is a woman, Madam Risma. She is a long-time advocate of a clean environment and instituted policies to keep Surabaya clean and its citizens clean and healthy. The policies seem to be working -- Surabaya was the cleanest city we have seen in Indonesia.
Our final stop was the Kayoon Flower Market. There was virtually any kind of flower or plant you could think ...
At 2am when we opened our bedroom door to go to the toliet a guy was standing their trying to hire us a coat lol. At 3am we were in the jeep and could already see jeep lights heading across the volcano desert taking people to a nearby mountain to watch sunrise. Our jeep driver was good and overtook many jeeps in the desert before ascending up the mountain. At the top I could not believe how many jeeps were there and subsequently loads of people waiting for sunrise. ...
... difficult one. It was 125km, but the first and last 20km were downhill which only left 85km of effort to really put in. The first 20km in particular were amazing as we swept down out of Sarangan on good roads and barely needed you to pedal for the first 30 minutes, just to move around the road with the flow of the early morning school run traffic. Later in the day there was a turn off the main roads and we were once again climbing steep, rough, broken roads up through ...
... and then after lunch we wondered around the different farms and people's gardens, checking their cabbages and spring onion plantations. Options are limited in such a small place. The next day we rose at 3am to watch the sunrise over mount Bromo from a different view point (gunung Penanjakan). It was promising at the start as the lights of the village were becoming smaller and smaller. It ...