Hotel Mambruk Anyer
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... people!! We had some good food and found out a lot of information! Next we took a bus to Borobudur (it was old, beaten down and bumpy) but the driver bombed it through the streets :) We explored this beautiful city where people were so friendly! Everyone was honking to say hello. We rented bikes for 30 mins from our very nice hotel, villa cantena (8/10) and getting an early night ahead of an early 430 am trek to the ...
Getting over the jetlag was actually easier than I thought. I just had
to set an alarm and actually get up very early once, and then I was already
adjusted to the time.
I have been getting to know a lot of people, girls living in my house
or team mates from my work, but I cannot believe that I can't remember anyone’s
name for more than about 10 seconds…. I need to go to brain camp or something….
oh wait, there was a name which ...
... out in our cycling gear, rather unceremoniously disturbing the local guy sleeping on the couch up there. There were the auspicious sounds of culinary preparations emanating from the adjoining kitchen, so Steve and I sat down to wait for breakfast to appear. The top floor and restaurant area was obviously being aimed at the business conference market and there was a projector and screen set up, along with a buffet area with silver serving ...
... volcano that erupted a few months ago! A town nearby called Probolinggo is a honeypot town for tourists to see Mt Bromo, the most popular volcano but I had heard horrendous reports about the local people in the town on my travels. It sounded horrific so decided against it. I also didn't want to see sunrise there fighting with the crowds and jostling for a photo! I wanted to savor my recent great expedition without spoiling it. Rising at 4am the next morning ...
... dinner in the hotel restaurant, which is open plan and really lovely, neither of us are very hungry and my stomach is still playing up so we go for soup. Ian's cream of chicken is very sweet probably due to the milk they use, and my cream of mushroom is the same, not to sure what type of mushrooms were in it either. Early to bed, we can still hear the mosque in the distance, in fact we can hear several but fortunately not as loud as last ...