Travel Blogs from Java, Indonesia

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Yogyakarta: eine freundliche süße Stadt, Yogyakarta, Indonesia travel blog

Yogyakarta: eine freundliche süße Stadt

A travel blog entry by annchristintour


... buddhistischen Tempelanlagen Südostasiens. Die kolossale Pyramide befindet sich 40 Kilometer nordwestlich von Yogyakarta auf der Insel Java in Indonesien. Borobudur wurde 1991 von der UNESCO als Weltkulturerbe anerkannt. Gebaut wurde die Stupa vermutlich ...

Getting Lost Amid The Markets Of Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta, Indonesia travel blog

Getting Lost Amid The Markets Of Yogyakarta

A travel blog entry by wispywanderer


... , but, alas, I would be jetting off straight away, at 5am the next morning, to see both Borobudur and Prathalam, two of Indonesia’s most famous and largest temples, in one day. This freed up a day to see Mt Merapi, the volcano that has recently ...

Lembang, Lembang, Indonesia travel blog


A travel blog entry by danielfernandez


An early rise to leave the shit hole hotel and to a more comfortable place, Hunny Hostel. I quickly checked in and set off by local minibus to Lembang where I bargained another bus to take me to the top of Tangkuban Parahu. The wind was blowing as I ...

Jakarta!, Jakarta, Indonesia travel blog


A travel blog entry by marco-2010


 A peine sorti de l'aéroport je me rends compte que je suis bien en Asie : chaleur étouffante et humide. Mais c’est bon d’être de retour ! Hop je me trouve un bon vieux bus à moitié pourri pour 1h de route (1,50 euro). Le ...

Sightseeing 101 in Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta, Indonesia travel blog

Sightseeing 101 in Yogyakarta

A travel blog entry by myriam_123


... I am a little worried about my last 6 days in Java. I felt like I really needed to see all of Java because it's the heart of Indonesia in many ways, but I haven't heard the most positive reviews of these destinations. I looked up other blogs about ...

The Main Attraction, Yogyakarta, Indonesia travel blog

The Main Attraction

A travel blog entry by emzyandjessy


... , we were the main attraction! From Borobudur, we made our way to Mount Merapi. Mount Merapi is the most active volcano in Indonesia, last erupting in November 2010. It was a bit of a wasted trip going to Mount Merapi because it was so cloudy you ...

Priggi, Priggi, Indonesia travel blog


A travel blog entry by alexbright


Java - South coast on the east of the island: Priggi   The Lonely Planet is a great book to have when in a foreign country. It has helped us out on many occasions, however, the writers do have the tendency to make a destination sound a whole ...

Solo, Solo, Indonesia travel blog


A travel blog entry by alexbright


Java - Solo or Surakarta (take your pick) An old city with royal connections dating back many years. We spent an excellent day cycling about Solo and it's suburbs across the river. We watched men fish using electricity, we watched eight men ...

Kawah Ijen, Kawah Ijen, Indonesia travel blog

Kawah Ijen

A travel blog entry by aguas


EN: We were picked up at our hotel by a minibus to take us to the travel agent office where we would get on the minivan for our trip, the guy from the agency also came to the hotel so we tried to discuss the slightly higher price we had paid him for the ...

Beaches, Bangladesh, and Basketball, Salatiga, Indonesia travel blog

Beaches, Bangladesh, and Basketball

A travel blog entry by joel_b_king


... I'd like to make. After my last blog my aunt commented that it seemed as though I'd made a seamless transition to Indonesia. While I appreciate the confidence in my travel abilities that isn't quite accurate. Apparently my blogs aren't painting a ...

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