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l'or those will) intend to visil ~SuuIa/lqIo!Ja situated 11)7! \l. above
the sealevel it isa(lV pubic 10 ol'deL' till' baj) hetoichand ill ordci
to iiiake slice ol fresh horses \lrip ~vil1 ~st 11) or 12 giiildcrs.
Fliis tI'ij) to Sin(l~niglava is one ol the linest trips to be made around
Ruitenzorg. it Lakes about seven liouis, winch seems tathet' long in a
narrow, two-\vlleeled vehicle, hilt the sights ale so heauti 1111, the air
is Si) li'eshi afld pure that nobody ever xviii i'el~i'et this excursion.
On the s urn iii it of the Poc'ntj a k where the traveller ~ by there is
a tine little non n t a n lake, 100 hi I h 0111 S ilee p. called lelaqu wu iii(~
colour-changing lake which ~rne should not tail to visit. The path
thither is a rather difficult one. `i'he drivei- will call a guide to convey
he tourist through the j ungle to the shore of the lake.
From this point Iii e SanaIoJulnl Sinduiiq/uqu is about one Ii outi's drive
a long the clownwa i'd slope oh the iiiouiii lain.
Lute /ehiqa ivaiiio.