Rumah Palagan Yogyakarta
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... to told at each one they were full. Personally I was quite pleased because I wouldn't have felt safe in any of them. After trying 4 places, an hour later the driver was near bursting point so with nothing left to do we asked him to take us to the nearest big well known hotel hoping that a more expensive place maybe a little more normal and comforting. So gone midnight he pulled up to a very posh looking glass door entrance to the lobby of ...
... When it was melted, the little cups on the pen-like tools were dipped in the wax and filled.
The artist would draw the image he wanted on the cloth. The cloth canvas was dipped in a color. For example, let's say blue. The part of the painting the artist wanted to be blue was covered with dots of the wax. Then the cloth was dipped in another color, for example yellow. The wax drops on the cloth kept the color from changing. So, where the wax was did not change ...
Heute möchte ich mir den Prambanan Tempel anschauen.
Prambanan ist die größte hinduistische Tempelanlage Indonesiens und befindet sich etwa 18 km östlich von Yogyakarta auf der Insel Java. Die drei größten Schreine, Trisakti („drei heilige Orte“) genannt, sind den drei Göttern Shiva dem Zerstörer, Vishnu dem Bewahrer, und Brahma dem Schöpfer geweiht.
Durch ein ...
... maybe even $20 bucks". I have no idea what the ring is even made out of, but I didn't really care. So I went up to the lady and asked her how much, ready to bargain. "5000 rupiah". Absolutely astonished, I took off my bargaining pants and gladly handed her over the 5000 RPU (50 cents) that she wanted for it haha. And the ring was mine!! :) The other girls also found some cool little souvenirs to buy before we all headed home and hit the hay...Vien was going to be ...
... brothers from Spain, very nice guys. We took the taxi and asked the taxi driver to take us to Jalan Sosrowijayan, one of the two areas where the cheap accommodation is. After walking and bargaining a lot, we found a hostel, with two double rooms, one for me and one for my friends. Everything was packed, no vacancy. We learnt afterwards that this was mainly because that was the last week of the Indonesian Holidays, right after the Ramadan.
On the street we were staying there ...