(lesigils a quite (Ii lei'e iii style lli~in that \vllich iii IO([iI(I iii otliei' paris
of the island.
In the midst of the nioui'itains, so ilif lei'e nil in coloui' and shape.
lies the rleaii and pieitv little town of (.aroet. The local (luh is acces-
sible to strangers. Nice though II~' httle town is in itself, vet its greatest
attraction s to 1W mind in the lovely noii-latigtiing little excursions
~vlneh can he taken from here, and which the (`xti'eiuelv cool ilionil-
hii cliiiiate natui'allv gives us a zest ho'.
Pci' (`lmi'i'ia~e (IT' (`am', \Ve reach the pictui'esque little lake Sit e-Itagendil, in
0 minutes, Iliere we tiid a covei'ed raft, which takes us loi' a trifle across
to the hill, crowned with an open cupola, situated on the west hank.
uii hi crc we (I seem in I hi,i,' west, the ( oentoei', on the rigli I of it,
time I laroniaii and the Tangkoehan-Praiioe-Ketjil i. e. small upset boat:, in
the cast the Seila-Khing, and the Galoeng~ieng, time broad ct'atei' ~L1) olwhieli
15 not visible hi'oiii here, anti in lime smith, the Ki'atjak, behind wInch the
`I'jiktii'ai projects, and next to which the smiioking Padandajan is visible.
(`xelirsion can also he iiiadc' hi
Tjim~.~x.~s .\.YT} `i'iiI~ (`,i.)Ex'i'OiR.
in oi'(lel' to gel there, lake the road at irogong 2~/. iii ihes how Gai'oet
Whli('h leads to the hue wariii spl'iilgs, cacti of ditlei'enl ieiiiperatui'e,
\Vhi('L'e br twii 11(11cc w(' en ii iiin kc use of one oh' the six stone bathing
ttihs in swple baiiihomo i'ooiiis.
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I. (11,1' Shot' haqeti di / u il/i in oon/oin G urn/eel'.