Travel Blogs from Malang
... the sky with purple whiteness, and outline the silhouettes of the mountains. Our wake up call was 3am; everyone comes here for the view of sunrise. Unfortunately we couldn't get much sleep as a horrible creepy hotel attendant about 17 years old kept peeking through our curtains and saying weird things. After very little sleep we had to haul out of bed and wrap up warm and go out into the freezing darkness. Into a jeep that took us up a long road to the top of a mountain where ...
... ever seen. It's hard to describe the feeling that you get, when you're standing in a place where you are the only one for miles. Maybe it was the fact that only a select few of us made this trek, only a select few had earned this view, but it was incredible.
We jumped off the rocks into the still river below, and then floated into the rushing current.
In order to get back from our jungle campsite to our home base, ...
... it?! It was now at the stage where we were so tired and delusional we couldn’t tell if it was a dream or not?! I’m not sure the reason behind it but just after this we pulled over and an official of some sort stuck his head in the coach for a nosey around. Seeing everyone was asleep, he let us pass on?! As soon as he got off everyone stopped the play acting and sat up again? It was all very bizarre and if Laura hadn’t been there to witness it too, ...
... largest waterfall in Java (80m), the 'Secret' Zoo, and the flower gardens located in a water park. We were also supposed to see the process of making tofu but we arrived too late but got to look around a bit anyway and try some if the fried tofu. Mel and I weren't a huge fan and to me it tasted like strange chicken. When we were at the zoo we had an Indonesian lady come up to us and ask if we could be in her picture. We ended taking 3 or 4 pictures with her, then her ...
... Third and final dive - Enriched air....it's where the air in your tank has more oxygen in it than normal, but as oxygen turns toxic at a certain depth the more you put in that depth changes, so you have to be trained in it. We went back to 30 metres and kicked through the current once more, after half an hour though I got cramp :-/ a common thing and we'd been taught what to do. However, every time I stopped to try and sort it the current would just sweep me ...
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