Early on the following morning, having explored the bay and taken photographs in the rice fields at Pacitan, we headed north in the direction of Ponorogo. The first third of the journey was spent winding alongside the river Grindulu, where we were tempted to make frequent stops. At one point we climbed down the river bank to admire some gigantic boulders, which at some time in the distant past must have rolled down the surrounding hillsides. On another occasion we attempted to cross the river by way of an ancient swaying tension bridge.


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