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Let's go to the Kawah Ijen☦🌋 It's was a very cold night and I wearied a lot of clothes to hold my body warm. We started our hike at 2 am, to see the blue flames and the sunrise on the top from Kawah Ijen.
Honestly, we forgot the time difference between Bali and Java... It is so typical for me 😅!! So we missed both of them and I saw only some blue flames in the morning downstairs the crater. But it is no reason to be worry because with the sun I could see the real beauty of Kawah Ijen and how hard the sulfur production is. Kawah Ijen has a one-kilometer-wide turquoise-colored acidic crater lake. The lake is the site of a labor-intensive sulfur mining operation, in which sulfur-laden baskets are carried by hand from the crater floor.
Escaping volcanic gases are channeled through a network of ceramic pipes, resulting in condensation of molten sulfur. The sulfur, which is deep red in color when molten, pours slowly from the ends of these pipes and pools on the ground, turning bright yellow as it cools. The miners break the cooled material into large pieces and carry it away in baskets.
Can you imagen, the miners carry loads ranging from 75 to 90 kilograms, up 300 meters to the crater rim and then 3 kilometers down the mountain for weighing. Most miners make this journey twice a day.
It's so incredible how strong and hard their work is. But they are going up and down with a smile on their faces and they are so fast.
I recommend this place for your journey. It's a very nice experience to make this hike and to enjoy this awesome view. For the hike up you need around 2 hours and for going down to the crater you need around 45 minutes. It's so windy upstairs, so make sure you wear a jacket. I recommend you to wear a mask for the smoke because the smoke is very unhealthy and it's hard to hike without. Also if you can take glasses for your eyes with you. Because of the wind, it's very dusty and small stones flying around.
I'm a tough guy to trek (pic 1). My mum always makes a video collection of our hiking trips (pic 2). Here's one of them (second image), you can look if you like. The video breakers, but you see little.📽🎶🎶🍂🧡🦌🐾🐾
Olen kova poika vaeltamaan (kuva 1). Äippä tekee aina videokoosteen vaellusreiteiltä (kuva 2). Voit katsoa yhden niistä, mikäli haluat. Video pitkä ja katkeaa, mutta näet vähän.