Mimpi Resort Menjangan
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... up the volcano, however concentrated into 30 minutes of steep climbing. The hike back down the volcano was quicker than we expected, and only took us about 1.5hours. We didn't stop once but it was pretty tough on our knees.. imagine what thats like for the guys who do it with 100kilos of sulphur on their shoulders. On our way back down we were treated to a wicked thunderstorm miles and miles away, absolutely no sound but great lightning.
On our drive back ...
From Jogja we booked our onward trip via a local travel agency after bartering them down of course! Our next few nights would be spent within the rural areas of Indonesia as we would be visiting Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park along with the Ijen Plateu which meant early mornings to scale enormous volcanoes and then finally onto Bali.
Our first day consisted of a (what felt like) never-ending bus journey through Java, we got picked up in ...
... my się na dole krateru- strzeliliśmy kilka fotek i z wielkim zapałem ruszyliśmy w powrotna drogę. Nie żeby bardzo nam się chciało, ale zapach siarki ma moc przekonywania, szczególnie gdy jest na tyle silny, że przestajesz oddychać. Po 20 kolejnych minutach byliśmy już na górze obserwując pracę górników i wschodzące słońce. Droga w dół nie ...
... up, so if you are not careful, you may stepped into the holes! As we were near the crater, the suphourous smell was getting stronger to the point that it's nauseating. So it was wise to wear a mask too, not any mask, but a mask that comes with gas filter. Along the way, we saw miners walking up and down carrying the sulphur crystals on their shoulder, some even shaped the sulphur into certain shapes and ...
... to see the waterfall up-close.The Blawan waterfall is surrounded by sharp cliffs and nearby there is also a small stalagmite cave, which we visited later for its healing properties. According to our guide those water in the cave are never-ending and are called 'holy' water. He suggested to us to bring some along with us as it can help 'protect' us. The magnificent view is to see the brute force of the river flows that it hurtles ...