Mirah Hotel Banyuwangi

Address: Jalan Yos Sudarso No. 28, Banyuwangi, Java, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jalan Yos Sudarso No. 28, Banyuwangi.
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      Travel Blogs from Banyuwangi

      Ijen volcano: blue fire & inspiring men

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

      27 photos

      ... and he didn't actually have bad intentions... even though I pretty much drove myself there. I don't understand why the hell he didn't follow the other two drivers, if he didn't know where he was going. Such an idiot. So yeah, thankfully it all ended up ok. Nikki is now more convinced than ever that something bad happens every time we go near a motorbike... thanks to her mum haha.

      There was nobody at the homestay when we arrived, so we sort of picked the only ...

      Ijen Crater & Bromo

      A travel blog entry by markncatherine on Feb 02, 2015

      27 photos

      ... as the morning mists were burnt off, it looked fantastic. I met a nice Dutch family whilst walking around, and we tried to go round the whole of the crater lip - but landslides prevented us from carrying on! The stink of the sulphur was still rife so I kept my mask on for a bit longer and headed back down the trail. I met my motorbike driver back at the trail-head and we set off back to the hotel. We had a protracted journey home however, as he had bought sulphur ...

      Bali's Redemption

      A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Dec 31, 2014

      8 comments, 13 photos

      ... essentially non-existent and recycling not even on the radar. As such, many are forced to burn their refuse at the side of the road or just give up completely. In the ocean, the Balinese are hit with a double whammy; winds blow garbage from Japan, China, other Indonesian Islands, and flow downward from their own mountains. The value of travel, of asking questions, and of observation, is evident in my change in thoughts; I have moved from, "How do ...

      Mt Ijen and Momma turtle

      A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Dec 14, 2014

      22 photos

      ... 8211; much respect. On the way down we had to stop a few times as the smoke just got too much and visibility was down to zero and we all hoping that seeing the blue fire was worth it. On we went, further down into the crater – all of a sudden we stopped and Hannah setup the tripod to capture the blue fire in all its glory. For a few minutes we caught a glimpse of the wonderful blue fire but once again the smoke enveloped us and it went out of view – this ...

      Operation Ijen

      A travel blog entry by mktravels on Dec 08, 2014

      4 comments, 17 photos

      ... tick in the box considering we stood 10 metres away from them. The second incredible thing is the sulpher mining. As the burning gases cool, they deposit sulfur around the lake so to speed up the formation of the mineral, a mining company installed ceramic pipes on an active vent near the edge of the lake. The pipes route the sulfur gases down the vent's sloping mound. When the gases cool, they condense into liquid sulfur, which then flows or drips from the pipes ...