In the calupong PaIal)oean-Hatoe i. e. Roal anchorage place situated
on the bay, we can get pretty gout! hoai'd and lodging for /2.5(1 per
tlav in the Pasangralian rest-house
1)rinksa nd bread, ii owevel'. we have to hi'i ng with us, as well as
I hose Iii ingS We might require ill addition to what we get a the
rice-ta hle, and or supper.
About one nile to the south-east of the place, we find, on the seashore,
a spacious grotto. (roll! ~vliiih we can enjoy the Iliosi gl()!'inIIs sunset,
a nd see I he native lishernien busy at tlici r trade.
The hay of Tjileboet sand hay (`all he reached by sea its alluvial
soil, covered with woods and rice-licids, is surrounded by an arch-
shaped mountain wall tile Linggoeng li'oni w'llicll seven great watei'ialls
tush down: or we luigill steel' iii a westerly dii'ectioo to isilotok, where
grottoes ttl'(' 1(1 he (01111(1 that are \Ve'lI \VOl'tll seeing.
li'oiii Sekahocitti we can also go pci' trap, to tile Njalindoeiig
i. e. hidden in clelodS h)ur miles distant, 1.001) M. high. flit' pi'ee'ipitotisly
sloping road atlOl'dS a benutiul prospect of the broad mass ot the
(edeli with tile' plain of Soekaboewi ill trout.
nice little cxcii rsion can also be made to Sela-l3iri In ;ia, si ma ed on
the Gt'deh pet' car, br /2.5(1 to 3.----. 01' to tile small plateau, an hour's
walk fa i'lhier on. I )escend alotig a na i'row, mi' ire)m easy path on the
Ic ft. to a cleft 501) feet deep, ((`0 in wli crc, Oil tli e O~~OS i te sill e', a flI 0 dill Ia in
Stl'e'tll)l rushes (loWn ht)lB a height of 131) M., like a SlIletIthid waterfall.
In the same dii'ectioii it is l)osSibie to ascend the Gedeh and going
((`0111 its era tel' tarther ii Ol'th, to (lescend to Siridanglava.
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