Rumah Palagan Yogyakarta
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... the way home we went to see the mother of Wulan’s friend. Her home was one room, no floors, they kept apologizing for the mess and dirt. I think now I know what poverty really means. The grandmother had nothing but these sweets made from flowers and coconut, and a half a cup of water. She gave it all to me, she even packed the leftover sweets for me to take home. This family who has almost nothing is willing to give everything they have. I had a very hard time chocking my tears back. ...
... Yogyakarta has become the second most important tourist destination in Indonesia after Bali. However, visiting Yogyakarta would mean either another flight, or a slow 9 hour train taking us over 500km south east.
We thought through our options and before we knew it we were back at the airport and purchasing two tickets to fly to Yogyakarta later that evening. So it was another day of waiting for a flight, but this time at the airport.
It was less than an hour flight ...
... I had a quick, breakfast consisting of some delicious local snacks at a street stand. At that time I could understand enough Indonesian to translate the food options to some dutch travelers, which would therefore become my travelmates for the next two days, so easy it goes.
My heavy backpack I left with the street vendor. A cute old woman, did she understand what I wanted? I did only care for as much as a second, with my new travel companions we were joking, that on our ...
... farewell to the setting sun in the west at day's end. The traditional Javanese pathway to Borobudur was a sweeping, curving drive, to help avoid the pitfalls of life, but there is now also a Chinese-constructed road that leads straight to the monument.
There is also a truly weird anomaly to the way this site works. Every visitor is required to wear a sarong—it’s no big deal, they loan it to you for free and tie it for you, too—which is ...
After a long ride in the train we finally arrived in Yogyakarta. In Yogyakarta you can just walk outside of the train station into these little alleys where you'll find a lot of little guesthouses. After we finally found one that pleased us we settled over there and just hang out with two girls we met.
Also here in Yogyakarta we found the first big shopping warehouse. I still remember these kind of warehouses from when I was in Bangkok ...