the rays of the sun, past vertiginous ravines apparently filled with an indescribable richness of vegetation, past mountain ridges where the primeval forest is left and at the foot of which rustles the Kali Konto, where numerous falls come rushing down. Through this paradise the road leads to Ngantang: ascending and descending, winding around the
Bridge across the Brantas River. t * p|
rocks and slopes ot hills at the foot of the
Kawi Mts., the Parang Klakah and Darawati.
The finest falls ons this road are those of
Trts and the Kedong Redjo.
Travellers who may care to have a cold bath1
can stop at the Wilhelmina bath, on the road
to Ngantang, half an hour's walk from Poedjon.
The key of the bath room is to be had at the
Hotel Lebak Sari, some distance farther on.
It takes about 2 hours to reach Ngantang by trap.
Charge for a trap f 4.50, for a horse f 3.50.