Hotel Horison Semarang
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... and we were concerned about the fumes as the smoke turned towards us so we steadily made our way back down the steep path to the car park. What an experience, one I shall never forget but unfortunately I didn't get to see the blue flames down below me in the crater. Perhaps another time? We had a beautiful jungle drive back in the 4 x 4 and stopped regularly when I shouted "photo"! The driver was so funny and the whole trip a huge success. I bought them ...
... It was here I decided to continue a tradition started by the lovely June. In Thailand she bought beautiful fans and gave them as gifts to people on board. I was so thrilled with mine, that I decided it would be a lovely thing to continue. As luck would have it there was Lucy, she was selling fans for an extortionate amount of money, so we begin negotiations, and I agree to meet her when I leave the temple. To the temple itself, it was most definitely ...
... one of the most famous Buddhist sites in the world. We went up the ridiculously far high steps - well the steps are very far apart from each other. We took plenty of opportune pics and then after half an hr it started raining. I had suggested renting umbrellas at the entrance but nobody had agreed so I didn't insist. Oh well. We used the sarongs we had been given as ...
... obvious. Both islands have an abundance of rice-fields, now here is a real beauty between nature and man.
I have mixed, but good, feelings about the place. Some that cannot deny the deep and absolute beauty of the island even though like India it could use a clan up. if being in busy tourist attracting spots like the party palaces of Kuta with its equally lovely beach and heavily populated late night street-life is what one wants then there is ...
... in Kota, the old section of Jakarta. When we tried to find a taxi, it was impossible so we used public transport. The buses arrive at elevated terminals and have dedicated traffic lanes - like an above-ground subway. However, our adventure started before getting on the bus when we tried to find a way to get into the terminus and ended up walking on the roof of the walkway. We finally figured out how to get on, bought our tickets and boarded - ...