The Graha Cakra Malang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... had to sit on it sideways, a shower but no sink. I couldn't tell if the ceiling was painted in black cloud effect, or if it was mould... I think the latter. There was also an extra small room off the side with another single bed in it... Steve took that bed to start with, but he soon realised that the damp walls and the smell was worse than he had initially thought... so he moved to the main room. The beds were surprisingly comfy, and the sheets clean... so we couldn't ...
... by 5.15am the sky was the most beautiful pinks and oranges. Once the sun had risen the valley below was covered with a dreamy mist, that only the tops of the highest mountains poked through.
After this is was time to head back down, have breakfast and pack our bags.
So, what now?
A 5 hour drive to Kalibaru, to visit the coffee plantations and our final stop before heading to Bali!
... was in place, and better still, Bromo has been quiet since her last eruption in 2011. We really weren't sure how close to the volcano we were actually going to get. Our question was answered as we got nearer as there was a set of steep steeps leading up to the crater rim. K's legs went to jelly, and she really didn't like the walk up. At the top, and looking down into the mouth of the 200 metres diameter crater sent ...
... The traffic in the vicinity of our hotel was as busy as anything that we’ve encountered, and we ended up bumping up onto the pavement at points to get around 6 lane gridlocks. Monday saw us resume our volcano climbing, having to cycle up to around 1900m at the top of a pass before dropping down slightly into Sarangan, in the shadow of Gunung Lawu, a 3000m mountain. The climb started off relatively gentle on a good road surface, but averaged about 10%25 for the ...
It took 12 hours to travel from Yogyakarta to Bromo by mini van. A long day. We arrived at the foot of the national park in a village called Cemoro Lawang, where there was really not much. The accommodation is pricey here but we met another couple so we had more weight to bargain the price of the room down. It is such a relief to find like minded people in such a small place! The next day ...