are five springs each of which has a different temperature ranging from 94A to 108A Fahr. The water is sulphurous and has healing properties for rhumatism and skin diseases. There is a path leading from here to the summit of Mount Goentoer, but this is rather steep and the ascent of the mountain very strenuous. The visitor is however advised to walk along this path as far as the lower edge of the lava stream. A little bamboo hut has been erected here, from which a fine view of the plain of Garoet is had.
Lake of Bagendit. Bagendit is the name of the hilt of the nativeas short sword and the lake is so called because its shape resembles it. It is reached by trap in about 3/4 of an hour.
Lake of Leles. Leaving Garoet by trap or by carriage and going past Trogong northward along the foot of Mt. Goentoer, a bye road is reached in about 3/4 of an hour, a sign board indicating the way to take. From this road a rather steep path leads to the Lake.
The above named two lakes may be visited in one trip either by going from Garoet via Tji-panas to Leles taking in Bagendit on the way
back or going from Garoet to Bagendit thence to Leles and, and seeing Leles from there returning to Garoet via Tjipanas.
Kawah Kamodjan. Leaving Garoet early in the morning by trap one reaches in about 2 hours the small village of Tjiparaj. Here horseback or sedan chair are taken and breakfasting at the resthouse of Kamodjan (4500 feet) on the way and then climbing a steep path for about 20 minutes one passes a picturesque plain and turning to the right, enters a beautiful wood at the end of which the Kawah Kamodjan is found.
This trip being the easiest of its kind may be recommended to ladies, whilst at the same time it is the most beautiful one to be made from Garoet.
Kawah Manoek (abirds cratera).
Leaving Garoet and going past Trogong one comes to a small Sundanese village called Pasir Kiamis. Going from there either on horseback or in sedan chair for about twenty minutes past the quinine plantation of Daradjat Estate and primeval forests, the trees of which are coveredLeaving Garoet and going past Trogong one comes to a small Sundanese village called Pasir Kiamis. Going from there either on horseback or in sedan chair for about twenty minutes past the quinine plantation of Daradjat Estate and primeval forests, the trees of which are covered