A great walk is supposed to move or settle the mind—allowing for
self discovery. The walk in Rinjani shook us—physically and
mentally. An active volcano, with a caldera on top, filled partially
by the crater lake known as Segara Anak (also known as child of sea)
sounds exquisite in words but it was gruelling in every way
possible. Here's a brief account of people reflecting on what the
walk meant and how it changed.