Ketapang Indah Hotel
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From Ketapang 10 minutes then to go to ijen crater for about 1,5 hours
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... He did slow down in one forested area so we could admire numerous troops of macaques sitting alongside the road. We parted ways at the ferry terminal, bought tickets, and boarded one of several ferries just waiting for us! Local boys swam around the ferry begging for coins, which they dove for and stashed in their mouths. The ferry ride was uneventful, save for the starboard list that bothered me enough to grab seats by the PFD bin and have our floatie rings at the ...
... Mount Bromo at it's centre. Our jeep arrived really late to take us to the sunrise point and we were starting to panic that we would miss the sunrise, but as he stopped we jumped out of the back and ran down a little path to the view point as fast as we could. Here we were stunned by an incredible view of the volcanoes with less than 5 other tourists to obscure the scene. We were overwhelmed by the beauty of the sunrise as the sky turned from black, to a misty burnt orange ...
... women. However walking by people and meeting them is very different.
During the walk we stopped at a small poor looking bamboo building. We entered and inside we found a local 'Starbucks’. The owner of this coffee shop is 95-year-old woman who still hand grinds the coffee beans each day in a mortar and pestle. She is the oldest person in this particular village so locals gather in the evenings to talk and gossip with her, as you do in ...
... through the middle of the jungle to Java's oldest Hindu temple was quiet unexpected. A challenging hike can mean many things to many people so I wouldn’t discourage anyone from giving it a try. Although, when it starts raining in the jungle, walking in slippery mud and being as clumsy as I am can only lead to 'bad’ things like a few falls onto unknown spikey shrubs and the inevitable ripping of holes in ones pants. Yes, that is correct; ...
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We were then supposed to go see a giant mud volcano. Apparently, when drilling for oil, they hit some underground mud pocket, and it's been slowly bubbling up for years now. It's already covered an entire village. Unfortunately, for whatever reason, we were behind schedule so we had to skip it (It was dark out anyways, so we wouldn't have been able to see anything). So to pass the time, we had ...