Ketapang Indah Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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From Ketapang 10 minutes then to go to ijen crater for about 1,5 hours
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Eerst nog even over gisteren: 's avonds zijn we dus nog naar het strand gereden om schildpadden te zoeken die naar de kust komen om eieren onder het zand te leggen. Toen we net vertrokken waren kreeg de ranger een melding dat er een schildpad gespot was. Deze was nog een eindje van ons verwijderd, dus iedereen begon te lopen. Eens aangekomen, waren …
... to take 3 motorbikes. We all left at the same time, but shortly after, Nikki and Steve's guy turned down onto a side road. I didn't notice where they had gone, and I thought they were just further up ahead... so my guy continued down the main street. It wasn't until about 10 minutes later when we entered another village, that I realised we were definitely going the wrong way. I started to get a bit worried, but was comforted by the fact that this guy was tiny.. and I ...
... at the site, purchased my permit and then at 3.30 am set off for the crater. The walk was steep and wafts of sulphur engulfed the path as it climbed higher. On the way I passed a number of miners carrying their empty baskets up. Their story is remarkable... Each miner works in the guts of the crater where a network of oil drums cooled with water causes the sulphur gas to condense and pool below. The miners then come to hack out lumps of the solidified sulphur ...
... store. Actually meeting this woman was an incredible experience. At 95 she was so lively, independent, strong and out right inspiring. As we took photographs of her and her small home/store she joked in her local Javanese, "You pretty, me ugly". We all tried her coffee, which was surprisingly tasty although it raised a few hairs on the chest and then we were off, leaving the woman to get back to her daily routine.
Continuing the local ...
... 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; ...