Taman Wana Villas and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... into a ladder and picked some of my own cloves which was pretty cool. On the way back we were passing hot springs which we wanted to go to. We hadn't arranged this with the driver so we agreed for him to carry on back to Lovina 10km away and we would find our own way back. First thing we did was eat as we were starving. After some chicken satay I went into the first pool which turned out to be only lukewarm. The second was much hotter and I stood for ...
... the crater was treacherous. Loose rocks, a steep gradient, and steep cliffs to the side of the of path. We were guided by a worker. When we got to the bottom of the crater it had taken around 30 minutes, but we were rewarded by a magnificent sight. A mixture of blue sulphuric gas from inside of the crater. Whilst looking amazing, the smell was like rotten eggs. We had to wear gas masks to protect us from the harmful gas. ...
... a new experience. Looking through a hole in the floor to see the road rushing past, and being rattled like a power plate machine for over two hours with no leg room! We now know how the balls inside of a maraca feel. But it was dirt cheap and got us to the boat where we boarded straight away, again hardly costing anything, under a pound in our money. When we finally got to Java after the slowest ...
... before being roasted. We were brought to a small seating area where we got to taste the different types of coffee and herbal teas. There was a very nice coconut coffee but I think Australian immigration is quite strict on all food products so I didn't take the chance to buy it. There was a talking bird in a cage nearby named Jacko. He had been trained to say a few phrases in Balinese and would also copy you if you laughed or coughed. It was quite entertaining and each time ...
... could clearly see the lake and the wind blew the sulphur smoke away from us most of the time. Our guide Ali told us that they could not see anything last night and a few days later an Irish couple we met at Bromo told us that they even had to evacuate the crater the night before we went as the lake suddenly started to bubble. We actually discussed it for quite some time if we should even go, mainly because the Austrians from Bromo scared us with their stories: one ...