Roemahkoe Heritage Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... less busy but for a donation of $1 NZD was much cheaper and we could just roam around freely with uninterrupted view of the stonework. Much of the architecture both at Prambanan and Plaosan have Buddhist and Hindu elements which can be explained by the uniting of the two dynasties with the marriage of the Hindu Rakai Pikatan and the Buddhist princess Pramodharvardhani. We took the opportunity to take a few pictures, as tour photographer, Hannah was doing her best to "get the shot" ...
... decided to leave. I hobbled to the train
and we moved onto Solo/Suraykarta another performance epicentre. I have to say
I did not find the Indonesians in Yogy particularly creative, I don't know what
to say about it, they are resourceful yes but creative no. They are musical
however very musical I just found the art vibe was limited in creativity but I
think London and English people are actually highly creative which I never
... Luckily for me it was a satay breakfast meaning I could pull the allergy card and settle for biscuits and (sugary) tea.
And now, here we are: Yogyakarta. The touristy centre of Java which, despite our enthusiasm for the local life, has provided a breath of familiar air including a reflexology massage, a bowl of spaghetti and a pancake/milkshake breakfast. Life on the road is about finding the right balance... and we're getting there! Slowly, slowly.
... they produce three alcohols: Arak (also spelled Arrack), Ciu and methanol. We were offered Arak and Ciu to taste them, the smell already told what a high percentage alcohol they were. The family that produced the alcohol was muslim and differentiated between producing alcohol as a business, which is considered ok, and getting hammered with it (which isn't).
As we continued our ride we saw a rice field where locals were planting rice. ...
Last treatment with Bagas this morning :( He is so cute, I am really going to miss him. I think that he liked his Transformers socks. And his mom is so nice. I feel like I got to know her better in the past week, even though she doesn't speak English. That day when she passed me on her scooter when I was riding my bike to the Orthopedic Hospital and she said "hello Miss Sonja!" ...