Grand Trawas Resort Mojokerto
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... was asked to go no further as it was the mosque entry, so as I turned and opened some pistachios, my phone rang... +972...? And it was Israeli Security, ringing to ask questions about my flight into Tel Aviv. Now that's spooky timing...
Simply, some days are more successful than others.
Off to find the Cinema XXI chain in town, an Indonesian cinema operator who does ...
... so we need to look for an alternative way to get to Probolinggo. The tried saying that all the hotels have guests check out at 9:30, and so we should wait until then...... no. ********. I ran off to Cafe Lava to find an alternative, and managed to find a driver that would take us for 200,000IDR (£10). It was a pretty good deal considering the fact that the bus driver said he would take us there and then for 450,000IDR (£23)... rather than waiting for the bus to fill up. But ...
... and then take the stairs up to the crater). The view was stunning as well. The jeep took us back to our car and we continued our drive towards Kawah Ijen which was our destination for the next day.
We spend the night on plantation and get ready for another early start the next morning - this time we had to leave at 5 am - what luxury!
... we spent a while wandering through a small market made up almost exclusively of colourful-looking fruit and vegetable stalls or souvenir vendors selling Mickey Mouse Sarangan T-shirts. There was no restaurant in the hotel and we ate our dinner and breakfast in a large open-air structure just around the corner, and the views from breakfast down into the valley as the sun rose were pretty special as we had our early-morning cups of tea. The Tuesday ride to Tulungagung was ...
... give me the final blast to wake up for the hike up mount Bromo. Neither Niomi, I or our new Taiwanese friends were feeling particular up for it , rather preferring the thought of the buffet breakfast we had waiting for us afterwards. Nonetheless we knew it would be worth it, so along with the horses and cowboys (yes you read that right) we set out on the trek to the top of mount Bromo. For this we had to wear face masks because the sand blows around so much it makes it difficult ...