Ketapang Indah Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKetapang Indah Hotel Banyuwangi
From Ketapang 10 minutes then to go to ijen crater for about 1,5 hours
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... friends with. The hostel was easily the worst place we have ever stayed in (I won't go into the scary details), however there is only very limited choice if you want to stay within travelling distance to the Ijen crater. The evening was actually quite entertaining as there was some local singing, beers flowing and, most interesting of all, a local Indonesian corporate motivation event which included walking on hot coal. Compared to ...
... to the village. We started the trek at 2am, which meant that we were up at 1 (it's interesting how little chance to sleep in we have these days- there is always some bloody sunrise or other thing which have to kick off at crazy o'clock). I used to consider myself fairly fit- this mount proved how wrong I was. After half an hour of steep trek I was out of breath, after another 30 minutes had to stop every 5 mins or so just to catch my breath. It's not only the ...
... headed into a rice paddy. Again we crossed some interesting characters that worked on the fields. The journey through the paddy showed beautiful views and before long we were heading across a tiny bamboo bridge back into the village.
After the incredible hike we were pilling in the car for a 5-hour drive up to Mt Bromo. After the drive a cold beer and noodle dinner was much needed especial because we had to be awake for another hike but this time at ...
... could go on a jungle hike, fall and rip a reasonably large hole in the back of my pants without even noticing until approaching the temple we were headed for where local boys lost it laughing and I finally questioned why that was, surely just a dirty bum from falling couldn’t be that funny. Indeed it wasn’t.
The temple over shadowed the comical moments of the hike though. The old walls were crumbling yet still lively and the ...
... Initially by mini bus, public executive (ish) bus then land rover (ish). Our home for the night was PPLH Seloliman (Pusat Pendidkan Lingkungan Hidup - Environmental Educational Centre). A centre designed to educate people about conservation, environment, local traditional medicines etc. Our room was amazing, no aircon, mosquito nets, hard beds ...