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... on the journey. It was a decent 5 hour drive through the countryside and along the coast to get to Sempoi where we were spending the night.
The hotel we were staying at was in the middle of a coffee plantation which employed a lot of locals and was located next to the tiny village which had about 20 or so beautifully quaint houses with immaculately tended gardens out front. It was weird to see such sweet little gardens all in ...
... the mountain to the viewing point at Penanjakan peak where we could witness the fascinating sunrise over magnificent Mount Bromo, with beautiful Mount Semeru in the background. The views were simply stunning and we were gifted with clear skies that morning.
Having spent some time taking pictures and absorbing the beauty around us, we made our way by jeep to Mount Bromo itself. Soaring 2,300 meters above sea level, Mount Bromo is the only ...
... of the photos will give a small sense of what it was like coming across this terrain on bikes, but it was like nothing I’ve experienced before. Definitely the highlight day of the whole trip so far. After getting into our hotel in Bromo and eating about four meals over the space of five hours it was time for an early night, as we had a 3am alarm call for our poorly-named rest day on Friday. We’d arranged a couple of 4x4s to take us up to a viewing point to see ...
fter seven hours in of swerving in and out of traffic in a minibus, and breathing in the all-too-familiar fumes of exhaust leaking into the back of the vehicle, I arrived in Cemero Lawang; a tiny village nestled on the side of the volcanic mountains in East Java. Coming up to the village, I was faintly reminded of southwest Uganda - the small and winding roads, the lush greenery, the low-lying mist. I felt at home here. But, because I had been up since 12:30 AM, I ...
... look like they are full of sheeps wool.
They collect and use this as a filling to the thai cushions etc...........which is why Australia won't let it in the country.
We later find some on the ground, its amazing stuff and so very soft. Much easier than sheering sheep too :)
The boys head off to golf at 8am and us girls head back to our villa for a massage.
That had an enjoyed, we head to ...