Naya Gawana Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... us what "cold" was in indonesian and enjoyed looking at the photos I took of them. All I wanted was to sleep on the way back, but the Dutch family had apparently learnt some kind of code of traveller conduct at the Ijen crater and chatted to us all the way back. Once we arrived back at Ceville I gave Martijn my share of breakfast and went to bed, using my beach towel as a blanket, and slept until midday. Once we were packed we walked an excruciating 15min to the ...
... crater lake really stood out, with the strong yellow sulphur mining area clearly visible.
We sat around at the top for a bit, waiting for sunset... but we soon realised that it was way too cloudy to see anything and decided to start to descend into the crater to try and warm up. It took us about 20 minutes to scramble down, and we all slipped a few times. The stench of sulphur obviously got stronger and stronger the further into the crater we got, starting to cling to ...
... the same transport as us anyway. Unsure where we were staying we were please to be offered accomodation at the driver's homestay and paid up front for a jeep and onward transport package with him. Having now not slept for a long time we grabbed some food and hopped into one of the most comfortable beds we've encountered. Compared to midnight the previous day, a 3am start was a lie in and we were both really excited to see the sunrise over the famous volcanic landscape with ...
... helped us organise a tour up the volcano. Today was spent by the pool and getting list mainly. We are the only white people around so everyone is very eager to say hello, help us because obviously we are lost, and take their photo with us. We have to be covered up in Java as the population is mainly Muslim. Tonight were going to get about 4 hours sleep (hopefully) before being picked up to be taken to the base of the volcano! I'll let you know how it ...
... base of the stairway which leads up the side of the volcano.
Once at the top, we were treated to stunning views back across the surrounding area as well as our first glimpse of the volcano's gaping, smouldering maw. Bromo has erupted over fifty times since the early 1800s, but one particularly violent eruption blew the top off the mountain, leaving a huge crater which has been smoking pretty much constantly since its most recent activity in 2010. The plume of ...