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concept and the interesting LED lighting tech. On the other hand, the
Ceramic Valve and durable brass material can better guarantee the
quality of this kitchen faucet.
Overall Evaluation from 1st-tap:
The product design in the appearance is very concise and slender. The
application of automatic sensor let each housewife experience the real
... tourists we decided to walk around the crater which was nice accept the burning lungs problem and the odd sand storm haha. We did not come back down the stairs but just sort of walked off the edge down a stand path where I pretended it was man's first steps on the moon most of the way. I could still see the horses at the bottom mobbing jeeps like they had us and I thought I want in on that action mate I want to mob a jeep. 3 pounds later I was on a horse ready to ...
... nice hotel, another swimming pool, and an afternoon spent dozing and reading our kindles on a poolside daybed. Thursday was the day we had really been waiting for, as it allowed us to cycle to the volcano-side village of Bromo in the Bromo-Tenger-Semeru national park. We didn’t know much about the route, except that it involved a hard climb into a volcano crater, but it promised to be spectacular. As it turned out it was like no other bike ride we’ve ever ...
... viewpoint and saw Bromo, which was a much better sight than sunrise. The morning mist swept over the volcano as the sky got bluer and bluer. When everyone could finally see in daylight, we got mobbed by Asian tourists; everyone wanted a picture with us. We had to grimace with our 5am faces as they lined up to have a picture with us. So weird. So we ran back to the jeep before queues started to form. This wasn't the end of the trip! Driven on to the base of Mount Bromo, we were going ...
... could see.
The view over the caldera was definitely worth the early wake up, with the additional highlight that while there we could see a small eruption of another active volcano, Mount Semeru, the highest mountain in Java.
On the way back to the hotel, when we drove past Mount Bromo, we could see how lucky we had been to climb Mount Bromo the day before, as it was crowded with jeeps, sellers, horses and tourists, and the way up looked dustier than it was before.