Hotel Santika Premiere Malang
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Travel Blogs from Malang
Finally we had made it to the most exciting part of the trip, the jungle! The hotel was right at the end of the 'village' and right on the river. As soon as we got to our room, 8 macaques greeted us from the balcony! The actually looked quite ferocious! We crossed the river in an inflatable raft and climbed what felt like a lot of steps to ...
... a nice change to the ash-ridden world I had come from.
Today was time for yet another hike though it was one that was promised not to put any more holes in my pants. Luckily the promise held true or I'd soon be running out of pants. The walk went through a local village where we passed some interesting characters like the lady who was walking her goats, the man driving his motorbike full of rice cuttings, or the team of builders flirting with ...
... 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; ...
... to assist. In the pool we went over the basics with the equipment and breathing and our buoyancy whilst swimming underwater....it was fun being back under the water, I was excited for our afternoon dive in the sea! :) At 2pm it's crazy, everybody is setting up for the scheduled 2.30 dive, instructors organising their groups of students and families and the rest of us organising our gear and carting it down the beach to the boats. All on board and the roster called, we ...
... and a river that went through the mountains just before we got to the Malang area. Otherwise, I noticed that there were more buildings made out of brick around here - or at least, the brick is allowed to remain visible on the surface of the buildings. I feel as if I have left out a lot about the crops. I think I already mentioned that East Java grows about 70% rice on its available land and the rest is sugar cane. Javanese food, ...
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