Mirah Hotel Banyuwangi

Address: Jln. Yos Sudarso No. 28, Banyuwangi, Java, 68421, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jln. Yos Sudarso No. 28, Banyuwangi.
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        A travel blog entry by victoriakd on Jul 28, 2015

        12 photos

        ... They were doing the same climb as us with baskets. Once they got beat the blue flame they were digging up the sulphur putting it in their baskets and the walking all they way back up with it on their shoulders. The baskets would weight anywhere between 50-100kg. They would get $1 a kg. unbelievable. Some were doing it in flipflops, some had cigs in their mouth. What you noticed the most they were all smiling and not getting mad that everyone was ...

        Spewing... Volcanos

        A travel blog entry by andythreels on Jul 22, 2015

        2 comments, 13 photos

        ... cold. The nostalgia convinced me that I was feeling better and we started off up the mountain. After a while, I realised that I had to stop. My stomach was cramping up big time but I had two choices. Wait on the side of the volcano, in the freezing cold hoping the next escape plan didn't involve a toilet, until about 7 am... or carry on to the top which involved another 2km climb only to be greeted by sulphuric gas and hordes of people. After a few attempts ...

        The keeper of the blue fire

        A travel blog entry by kathabe on Apr 05, 2015

        4 photos

        ... local people decided to do the same - many of them where hiking the steep path in flip flops....We had hired a guide to bring us into the crater and who gave us oxygen masks in case the wind would turn and we would have the sulfur smoke in out faces. I was very glad to have the guide and the mask as the climb in the crater in the dark was very steep and the smoke was at times suffocating.
        While we were doing this for ...

        Ijen volcano: blue fire & inspiring men

        A travel blog entry by geogging-around on Mar 25, 2015

        27 photos

        ... where the hell they are going. It happens almost every time we take a form of transport. As if me giving him the exact address wasn't enough. Eventually I saw Nikki walking up the road with a panicked look on her face. When she realised it was me, she stuck her hand out with a curious thumbs up to check if anything had happened, and I could see her relief from a good 20 meters away. She was sooo angry with my driver and didn't want to pay him anything at all, but it was ...

        Ijen Crater & Bromo

        A travel blog entry by markncatherine on Feb 02, 2015

        27 photos

        ... flashes of blue from deep within, the blue flames are caused by spontaneous combustion of the sulphurous gas and are like flashes of lightning. Carrying on down into the depths with a miner helping to guide me the sulphur clouds were thick and toxic. My eyes were stinging and watering, my throat was burning and I could taste acid. Nasty stuff. I had a mask on but it was pretty ineffectual... I was talking to the miner and he has worked at this place for 20 years! ...