Naya Gawana Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... much further we had to go. Another kilometer. The view of Raung from where we were sitting was spectacular. That was good enough for me and Martijn agreed. We spent the next hour before the sun rose listening to what I was sure this time was the volcano rumble and watching it spew bursts of lava. The sun rose at about 5:30 and slowly the majestic beauty of the range of volcanos and mountains peaking out of the clouds was illuminated. All I wanted was to run and ...
... and then carried on. The hike came out of the jungle and onto bare gravel, with no surrounding trees thanks to human induced forest fires. About 30 minutes later, we made it onto the edge of the crater... so all in all the hike took us about 2 hours. It was pretty difficult, but very rewarding when we got to the top. It was pretty cloudy, so we couldn't see much in terms of the surrounding landscape, but the view down into the crater was incredible. When the steam cleared, the ...
... 90 mins after we bobbed around mid channel for an hour. We are unclear why the ferry took so long but this did give us the fist glimpse of the volcano Mount Ijen. K was rather surprised to learn that she would be climbing it in a day or so!
The cost of this little adventure was a mere 5 pounds each, we could have taken a taxi, or even a flight across the water, however it wouldn't have been as much fun!
We spent a night with a friend from home who is studying for a year in Bali two nights ago, so it was nice to catch up with her! Then yesterday we left early in the morning to get to the bus station. Got on a bus which through a very difficult language barrier we hoped we had gathered was going to the right place! The bus stopped and started about ten times, doing errands along the way, and then we eventually got asked to get off and were put on a ...
... a daily basis and by workers, collecting yellow sulphur rocks at the bottom and climbing back up the mountain with 70-100kg on their shoulders - we still have no idea how they do this.
As we sat there in the dark watching this fascinating natural wonder, sunrise was slowly approaching and little did we know it would reveal yet another amazing feature - the Ijen Crater lake. As natural light shone on the area, the lake appeared ...