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... de motor naar boven gaan... Iets wat wij niet zagen zitten. Maar dit soort situaties horen nu eenmaal bij het reizen. En de zonsopgang was er niet minder mooi om! Na de zonsopgang zijn we met de jeep de berg weer afgereden naar de grote krater waar de Bromo en de 2 andere vulkanen in liggen. Vanaf hier kan je naar de kraterrand van de Bromo wandelen. De zonsopgang hadden we vanaf een hoogte van 2600 meter gezien. De grote krater ligt op een hoogte van ongeveer ...
... getting amorous, eugh) on my terrace. So far they haven't stolen anything but there's always time. As you're walking down the street here, if you're not being asked 'Taxi?' despite being 10 feet from your destination, you're invariably being invited for a massage. I finally caved on the latter and had the most amazing 90 minute massage and scrub for £6. Although lovely, it was also a slightly unnerving process, as ...
... Bali. We booked to go snorkeling and diving on the following day.
We got up early to have breakfast and then left the main land to go to Manjangen Island at 9am. We even had a packed hot lunch and plenty of water or soft drink. Phil went for 2 dives and while he was in the water we had a guide to take one other lady and myself snorkeling with a lunch break in between. I was pleasantly surprised to find that I coped really well with being on the boat for so ...
... every step needed to be attended to. But we made it. The summit of the third peak was beyond beauty. The volcanic crater was below us, as were the clouds. Distant clouds sparked lightning, at eye level. The sun was just rising and clouds were coming our way. Freezing, and drenched in sweat, I was happy. The fight was worth it, and the experience was something if might never see again. Gung set up his offerings, and prayed. We returned to about ...
... over their home, just as we were about to give up our dive instructor motioned us to stay still and pointed ahead. At first I couldn't see anything but then this huge Giant Black Manta was in sight swimming towards us. I have to admit it was a little intimidating and I waited nervously whilst it got closer and closer. We had been instructed not to try and go to the manta as it may think you are a predator so just to stay still and let it investigate ...