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... hills a little. It wasn't until we arrived that I realised that those hills are actually the slopes of Mt. Slamet, one of Indonesia's more dangerous volcanoes. Oops. Luckily it's currently only on a level 2 or 3 out of 5, so it's safe. We hadn't actually booked a room at our hotel, but when we got there it turned out they had well over 100 rooms! So weird! Such a small town and such a massive hotel. We had a look round a few rooms, and settled on the 'VIP' room which was ...
... content to stay here for a couple of days and just relax. There seems very little else to do, although there is a section of forest at the end of the beach, and we plan to have a walk in that direction tomorrow.
I have included a few pictures of the scenery along the way to Banjar, where we passed small communities, growing rice or sugar cane, with quite a number of ...
While at the Sugar Factory Madukismo, I'm very happy, because I get a lot of knowledge that has never got, as well as for the first time I've come to the sugar mill Madukismio. Apparently the place is also very great, for me there are very sweet smell of sugar. I'm also happy to be a small train ride consisting of several freight car. The train took us to get to the location of sugar mills. When the train, me and my friends could see a model who was photographed in one of the trains. I ...
... and we were a group photo. After that we wander around the temple. Then, there is a male tourist who is being photographed, we immediately approached him and interview him. We asked about biographical data, residence, and the name of facebook. Do not forget we also took a picture together. We went back to wandering. We enter the museum free of charge in which there are many patumg-sculpture. And ...
... to the plant. There was also a guide. Then we visited the factory spiritus. There was a strong odor due to many chemicals and forced us to close our noses so as not to smell. Apparently also made from sugar cane spirits. Once the manufacturer of spirits, we walked to our bus approached. Then the second location to be visited is the Prambanan ...