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... Now I’m not a fussy eater but tonight was a rather difficult one, I mean dried lungs really? I decided I go with the rengang and fried mashed potato plus rice, as always, and it was pretty good. I didn’t think I could handle the more adventurous meals. Again, eating local means eating cheap as this only cost $4.50. After dinner it was back to the hotel and up to my room to sneak in a few Hershey’s kisses chocolates before getting ready for an 8am start ...
Bus from Ciawi-Garut Rp 40.000/person
Angkot Terminal Garut-Cisurupan Rp 15.000/person (ripoff!)
Pick up truck to Camp David (Registration Post) Rp 200.000,/truck
*or you can take an ojek (motorcycle) if you're traveling with less people for Rp 25.000/person
Registration/Entrance Fee Rp 3.000/person
*Pretty much the same for the way back
I recommend this mountain for beginners who ...
... could find. Then my mate offered me to rent a car for 18hours long so we did it and the driver took us to the volcano. It was drizzling so we stopover at a nice venue I don't remember the name. We ate our lunch there with a nice view right in front of our eyes; an odd wooden house. The cold breeze came through us along with the humid air. Then we continue our trip to visit the volcano. Along the way it started to rain and became more heavy. We become undecided ...
... walked quite a long old way and it was really hot so when we found the swimming pool (the coldest one i've been in anywhere on this trip so far) it was lush! We swam for a couple of hours and bobbed around and then went to get the bus back. It made me think when we were on the buses, when I was in the car with dad in Dubai we drove past this manky little bus and I said, God i'd hate to be on that! This one was just like it - a manky old rust ...
... erupting that day after 400 years of dormancy. That definitely would have satisfied my childhood dream.
At the top of the volcano there was, naturally, a ton of shops. Once again, they were all pretty much selling the same ****. We stopped off at one little place though for fresh coconut water. I’ve never had it before and enjoyed the experience.
Our final stop was the Ciater Spa Resort. It was pretty nice. We ...