The Graha Cakra Malang
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... that the ruins were locked! However, a nice man appeared out of a nearby shop and unlocked the gate. We explored the temple in the downpour, and found the temple carvings more detailed and articulate than many of the other ones we visited so far. Soaked to the bone, we asked the driver to take us straight to the hotel. Our first pick, the Citihub, turned out to be a total dive so we had the driver take us to a couple of very nice ones across the ...
... on the journey. It was a decent 5 hour drive through the countryside and along the coast to get to Sempoi where we were spending the night.
The hotel we were staying at was in the middle of a coffee plantation which employed a lot of locals and was located next to the tiny village which had about 20 or so beautifully quaint houses with immaculately tended gardens out front. It was weird to see such sweet little gardens all in ...
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... 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 ...
... up early to explore the volcano. The walk is fairly easy. Mount Bromo is not very high, actually one of the smallest in the area but the most beautiful one. It spews smoke constantly and the air smell of sulphur as you approach. The site is magnificent and well worth the expensive entrance fee (after negotiations with the rangers we paid only 3 entrances instead of 4). We spent the ...