Narita Hotel Surabaya
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... else. It’s not the mountain itself, but the sheer majesty of the experience: the immense size of the entire Tengger crater, the supernatural beauty of the scenery and the dramatic highland light really are what dreams are made of. Virtually all tours are planned to enable you to experience the mountain at sunrise. This is when the great crater is at its ethereal best and colours are most impressive.
"Unsurprisingly, the eerie landscape of Bromo and its neighbouring ...
we wake and shower and enjoy another delicious breakfast.
We then head off to Mirota again to buy a few more gifts that I had thought of for birthdays.
Then to Giant supermarket to get a few Rawon sachets to take home. This is the beef soup that we tried and liked, so typically Javanese. We also buy some Bumbu Bali sachets to take home, they are what Tini the maid cooked us for dinner last night, bumbu chicken and Tofu.
We then head to a pet shop to buy some kitty litter for the ...
... scam and having no intention of getting on a bike and the driver eventually relented and took us to the crater rim as we’d agreed (with the random local accompanying us until we told him in no uncertain terms to push off!). So after a rickshaw, minibus, ferry, bus and taxi we made it to the mountains! Checked into a pretty grim homestay (on the basis that we were only sleeping there for a few hours), arranged the trip up tomorrow, had some food and went to bed. ...
... to the ticket office. We had a bit of a pantomime going for a while until it occurred to the sales clerk to go out the back and find a young woman who spoke a bit of English. Things started working out then and while the policeman took my license and rego papers somewhere to be copied and returned smartly with a receipt for nine cents for me to pay the young woman organised information for me. I am booked on a ferry tomorrow night for the 26 hr trip to Borneo. ...
... water the students started asking questions.
We started discussing people's access to clean water and how our actions can impact other people. Since our students come from affluent families, we realized that they have no idea what it is like for the majority of people on this planet. So we put together a “Day in the Life Project.” The students were put into groups and over a five-day period, each group will be assigned a ...