24.11.2010

Mount Rinjani

(Wikipedia) It rises to 3,726 metres, making it the second highest volcano in Indonesia, and similar in height to Mount Fuji, the third highest mountain of the Indonesian archipelago and the thirty ninth most prominent peak in the world. We're gonna climb it this Christmas!

This will most probably be the most strenuous activity we're gonna do for this South-East Asia trip, but I also hope it will be the most effort rewarding experience when we're on the top catching a glimpse of the sunrise or at the lake fishing and relaxing. I hope I can get some flashbacks from my amazing trip up Mount Kinabalu!

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