The path to the lakes, however, which is very narrow, goes straight on. On the right the traveller has always a view of the Smeroe.
On the highest point of the Idr-Idr is the geodetic signal T. T. 142, whence a splendid view of the southern part of the Sand Sea can be obtained.
Ploughing Rice-fields with buffaloes.
Some minutes later a junction is reached, known to the guides under the name of Ndangloe. The main path follows the crater wall, but the traveller should turn to the right and descends to some hilly plains covered with alang-alang. Here and there a lovely bush with tall, big stems, stands like an oasis in the desert.
The path has many curves. On the left is a broad valley, like a river-bed, and then, afterThe path has many curves. On the left is a broad valley, like a river-bed, and then, after