Inna Simpang Hotel
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... all over everything! We had excellent gado gado for dinner which is a sort of cold salad with lettuce, beans, potatoes, cucumber, bean sprouts, tofu, egg, and peanut sauce.
Traffic was somewhat heavy on our way to the airport and we arrived 15 minutes before cut-off which was rather stressful! We said a quick goodbye and headed to the counter. Our flight left at 9 am and we were surprised by how much leg room we had. This time, we only had 2 hours in ...
... Puting tours, which there was, but sadly nobody operating it. There were, however, lots of aggressive taxi drivers so we just allowed one to guide us to his car. I never really know how to haggle with the airport taxi drivers, because I have no idea how far the journey is and so I have no idea what sort of price to ask for. I probably get ripped off a lot.
We stayed in Hotel Bahagia, which, meh. It was the kind of cheap, dirty homestay you expect to stay in ...
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Our original plan was to climb the Javanese volcano Tangkuban Perahu, but Felix had changed the plan so that we would visit another active volcano on Java, Mount Bromo. It was just as well that we changed the plan, as Felix spotted on the news online that it had erupted just 2 days before we had planned to climb it. A lucky escape...
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My slumber was interrupted by my alarm, 02:30! I woke Dan and we packed our kit and got ready, no wake-up call ever came! In the dining room we were the last two up, and I hurriedly grabbed a cup of coffee, it was awful, pretty much full of grounds with no attempt to filter them out, it was like a cup of grit. Owen was now sporting a rather fetching pink quilted jacket which went quite a way to confirming all of our suspicions that he was a tad light in ...
... conflict between he needs of plants and animals and the needs or wants of people.
And too often it's people who have their way.
But all living things are part of one giant web of life.
And---in the end---they all depend on one another.
So when we think about the future, we must think about living in peace with the land.
Caring about problems in the world, and even having problems of your own,
doesn't mean you can't feel peace ...