Mimpi Resort Menjangan
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... was very surprised to see some tourists without guide climbing all over the crater and getting very close to the sulfur vapors without mask. What the hell were they thinking.this was a volcano and no amusement parc. I had heard stories of tourists falling in the crater lake, seeing this I was not surprised. I was very happy with our guide who showed us the best steps an made sure we got back safe.
All the time in ...
... of Asian buses, we were expecting, air con, toilet, and maybe an in house movie. Unfortunately, the bus was just the start of a bad day. Rusty, with broken well used seats, no fan, and a bus full of smoking workmen we knew that the 5 hours ahead were going to be painful.
At Ubung we were shouted at and shoved onto the bus, by the driver, to only drive 50 metres before it stopped and he started trying to ...
When you go to bed at 8 and wake up at 12 does that even count as a nights sleep?? Well that's what we had to do this morning and it's slightly painful now at 2pm... It was worth it though - we climbed Kawah Ijen. Look up some photos as I only have them on my camera. One of only two volcanoes in the world from which you can see blue sulphur flames!! And a blue sulphur lake too. Not too much of a difficult ...
... the guy on the gate decided that any money in his pocket was better than none, so we got away with half rate (maybe "pre-dawn robbery" is better than "daylight robbery"...).
After less than an hour's walk we sat down on a hillock-like dune to watch the sunrise. Once the sun had appeared above the hillside behind us, we resumed our walk to the foot of Mount Bromo. This proved fairly ************* the loose, sandy ground, and we needed a few drink stops before ...
... We started early in the morning because we wanted to catch the sunrise when we reached the peak.
The hike up to the crater is taxing and challenging. It started with almost 70 degrees ascending elevation. If you are tired, all you have to do is stop, take a break and continue. It was pitch black because it's early in the morning, so headlight is a must! There are some "potholes" along ...