Sheraton Lampung Hotel
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... up for some crocodile wrestling but the opportunity did not present itself :). We decided we do not like homestays as there is no restaurant so we were given a guy who just makes us anything we want but we hate bothering him and it feels like he is our servant which we don't like his name is Anan. All we managed to do today was book our tour, buy coffee and cigarettes and get our permits, everything movers so slow here sometimes its unbearable
Ujong Kulon National ...
... an impossibility - even with ear plugs. The next three days were a really tough set of rides that took a lot out of you. The first was to a renowned surfing resort called Tanjung Setia, which was characterised by a strip of hotels and lodges catering to a mostly western crowd. It was popular with Australian and European surfers, and it was strange seeing other westerners for the first time since leaving Medan. Our accommodation was wooden cottages right on the ...
... to see for the other countries. For Indonesia I had nothing!
Just a word of caution, the visa cost (for an Indonesia visa on arrival) has recently been increased from $25 - $35. This nearly caught me out, but luckily I was able to pay by credit card. The other really annoying thing is that you ...
... piece of Canon kit for me and it was very much appreciated!
We eventually headed up hill, growing very tired and thought we had reached the village of Merak where we would be spending the night... this village looked like a film set, rustic and beautiful with characterful ladies chatting to each other over their garden walls (a photo was permmitted and will eventually follow!) A quick phone call to Karma and we found we had to reach the next village, so on ...
I was floating upright in an inner tube, my legs dangling in the sulphurous hot spring at Way Belerang on the side of the Rajabasa volcano. During the 33 hours of travel (in two mini-vans, a motorcycle, and a large non AC bus) that had brought us to Kalianda on the southern tip of Sumatra, I never imagined such a blissful reward. Now weightless, warm, clean, and totally relaxed, I reflected on the bus adventure, which had several times prompted me to utter, "I hate this, I ...