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Camp Site at 4th Post Senaru Tracking Route 1
Indonesia

This camp site is approximately 2500 meter above sea level

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Geüpload: 26/11/2011
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Tags: lombok; nusa; tenggara; barat; west; outdoor; nodal ninja; 8-15mm; idvr360; rinjani; mountain; national; park; indonesia; indoor
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