Travel Blogs from Malang
... to Scott to shut the door of the room and the windows, he eventually let me in and by now there were about 20 of them that had come down from the jungle behind us, looking in the bins and the one was climbing up onto our window! Thankfully the lady that was sweeping up came around and shoo'd them away! I still wasn't going outside for a while, just incase! I hate those things! We went for some grub at Sam's Bungalow again tonight because it was delicious there! We both ordered the same ...
... is where the next problem arose, the house was gated in and there were two cars in the driveway. The only way we saw to get to knock on the door was to hop over the fence, and Lennea started to do so, but as she began lifting her second leg over the fence, a lady opened up the back door on the far side of the cars and asked if she could help us. Lennea quickly hopped back over the fence to join us in saying that we had booked the house over AirBnB for 1 ...
... lived with Melang and brought that meal for everyone at the orphanage. They were really nice people and really tried to have conversations with us in broken English. They'd hired a Bemo which they were travelling back to Melang in and they invited us to ride with them. We headed back with them into the city and just had to catch one bemo back to the hostel.
Extremely humbled and happy that the trip to the orphanage was so positive, we left Melang the next day on a train bound for Yogyakarta. ...
... that I checked into my hotel, booked my two day trek and flopped onto my bed for a couple hours of stretched out proper sleep.
After waking and having a cold shower i was in much better spirits and ready to explore. Being the holiday the river banks were full of families having picnics and rafting down the rapids section in inner tubes. Their joy was infectious. So I found an empty area to sit amongst them and watched and read my book. After a couple hours my ...
It took 12 hours to travel from Yogyakarta to Bromo by mini van. A long day. We arrived at the foot of the national park in a village called Cemoro Lawang, where there was really not much. The accommodation is pricey here but we met another couple so we had more weight to bargain the price of the room down. It is such a relief to find like minded people in such a small place! The next day ...
Other places to stay in Malang
Jl. K.H. Ahmad Dahlan 31, East Java, Malang | Innfrom $11
Jln. Panglima Sudirman 99, Malang | Innfrom $17
East Java Jln. Kaliurang 63, Malang | Innfrom $19
East Java Jln. Gajahmada 7, Malang | Innfrom $27
- simply wonderful
Jl. Hotel Santoso 1 Tulungrejo Batu Selecta, Malang | Inn
- Hotel Santoso