a view of the plain of Djomblang. Far away is the vague outline of Mt. Lawoe, with Mt. Wilis to the left.
The plain, in the haze of the morning, has the appearance of an inland sea, the ploughed rice-fields, dimly seen through the cloudveil, Jook like sand banks and shallows.
It is like a dream. One cannot believe that
this is something real ; it looks just too frail and unsubstantial.
Mt. Darawati itself has nothing to show worth seeing.
The charge for a horse is f 3.50, for a guide f 0.50. Horse attendant / 0.25. Sedan chair / 3-50.
From Malang to Poedjon 2^/4 hours. Charge