The honey was super fresh – right on the honeycomb at the Dead Sea in Jordan – delicious!
On the way home from our trips to Gunung Bromo and Kawah Ijen, we stopped by a farm and hand-picked both strawberries and guava.
The guava and strawberries were so deliciously juicy! Thank you Java, Indonesia!
I take photos of nearly every meal when I’m traveling and some readers* have requested more photos of them. So, by popular demand, this post is on the Indonesian BBQ fish we had in Java.
After a day of hiking up a volcano, we were ready for a post-volcano feast. Travel is about pushing the envelope on your comfort zone, and this is a great example. We went to an authentic Indonesian BBQ fish place (seafood) – located outside at a Shell gas station! It turned out to be delicious!
Photo tour of our Indonesian BBQ fish experience:
The waving method of grilling
Their method of grilling was a bit different than what I’m used to. They put the fish (in this case, red snapper, caught that morning) in between the 2 metal racks and put it on the grill, and then constantly fan it. I’ve posted photos here:
Costs: dinner for 4 for under $8!
The delicious Red Snapper was in 2 types of marinade and turned out to be one of the best meals I’ve had! I bought dinner for the group, which included the fish, rice, veges, chili, and drinks, et al. Total bill for our Indonesian BBQ fish was $72,000 IDR (~$7.50 or so). I love Indonesia!
Around 2am we stopped for food, a traditional Indonesian meal with chicken & rice and tea at a road stop. I bought dinner for the 4 of us – $35,000 IDR (less than $4 USD total!)
It wasn’t the best meal we’ve had, but we all ate a meal and it was under four bucks.