`the (IiStiifll'e h'(}ill 11o(IiIil(ili 51010)1? see above page .) I to the IJoio
IJoedoi' tellit)le is a leW miles. A (Irive of I'. liout's IC1Hls the loui'ist along
(lie etirVit1~ roads between i'ie' and tobacco fiehls to the horder ol
the Progo iver where the (`arl'iiige is hi'o ight oii a `veerpunt' by means
of the (`OOlies giitlii.'i'ed at 11w riverside br which SerVice they
expect i stIlahl tee. Hetore reaching this p01111 ~ ~ by the lleiidorl-
IC/np/c, and ai'e allowed to enter by the guardian who alter showing
the visitors register. (`xpeels also ~i small payment for his trouble,
\Ve enter the Mendoel-Icni pie along the part lv ilestroved steps, and
heliold a splendid littoidhia image. seated between images oil princeS or
gods. The rear oot the huilding contains heantiftillv (leeorated walls.
Afler a di'ive of lilleen nunules from the other side of [lie bridge the
lull-ridge is o'i'aehed Oil \VII1CI) the p~issangralian (hotel stands. right
opposite (lie beth pIe.
There are other regions ot extensive tern pie ruins in .1 ava, hut none
where the remains of the earlier civilisation are so well preserved.
the buildings of such extent and magnificence, their (`tilts and their
records SII well known, as at lioro-Boeiloer and Rramhanan.
`I'hi e iii ins o t' I3oi'o- Jloeiloei', the ni ost renia rka 1)1 e 1111(1 in agn iii cent
inontiment Buddhism has ever erected, built in the eighth or ninth
century in purely Huddhistic, style, are the most remarkable of the mans'
ancient relics that are to be found at .lava.
There in the heart of the steaming tropics, in that suinmerland of
the world below the equator, on an island where volcanoes (`luster
The Boj'o iloedoi'.