Hotel Mambruk Anyer
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... rain ponchos proved worthy and we slogged on. Back at the park entrance we looked for Saiful but he was no where to be found. We passed time by feeding the kids fried potatoes and buying interesting snacks. One car that looked sort of like the one we rode in on appeared empty. After about 10 minutes he reappeared out of nowhere and we were off to the volcanic crater. Unfortunately the rain washed a massive slog of mud on the road that we got stuck. A potato ...
... which are under construction, and are often accompanied by a religious commentary from a man with a loud speaker nearby. Steve and I have no idea what they are saying most of the time, but is is not uncommon for them to interrupt the commentary as we cycle past with a loud, "Hello mister, very good, very strong!" which usually makes us and the people with the buckets laugh. I suspect that the locals find our antics equally as confusing, but are generally very forgiving. It still ...
... in the wrong lane, blaring their horns, and it is expected that anyone coming the other way will get off the road. This is not so easy when the road is raised a good 20-30cm from the verge at times, if indeed there is a verge. Especially not easy when you're on a fully loaded touring bike with wheels that you're desperate not to buckle and panniers that sometimes pop off unexpectedly when you go over bumps. Playing chicken with these crazy ...
... on had a KFC, McDonalds, Pizza Express, Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts! Oh, and a massive Tourist Information Office. That was the entire town centre. So food was quickly consumed first before going to find information about hiring a bike, getting a map and how to get to Mt Kelud. Closed! From what I made out after asking various people the Tourist Information Office never opened! The park was lovely and buzzing with hawkers, street sellers and a man with a ...
... armchairs to rest their bones on and they paid double. The seats we got were 10 Euros p.p. The Ramayana has many parts to it and it lasted for about 2 hrs (see link below**). After the show some tourists went to have their pics taken with the stars of the show.