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Travel Blogs from Yogyakarta
... in that light, as the details were invisible. I enjoyed the party and managed to escape the trial of tasting these food things, I don’t even want to mention them.
The plan was that I would teach 2 groups of maximum 25 people; in the end one group was 28 and the other 27.
Monday morning 28 people turned up, also a great interpreter. After the first hour in which I taught and we practiced, hand washing stuff I asked what ...
... Eight Mints long eaten since then. There was one glamorous building where the king did his business and the ceremonial hall and entertainment area which we were not allowed into. We soon left as we had to get the bike back for 11am and we wanted to see the Water Palace. We followed a small road by foot towards the Water Palace as locals pointed the way. Deep in conversation we were suddenly aware we had walked along way and there were no sings. At the end of ...
... was tempted to buy a skirt as well and see if they would let me in wearing that instead of shorts but calmed down and thought better of it! Anyway i’m glad i did go back in because it was a nice place and not only was there free traditional music ensembles taking place but also some traditional dancing displays. Unfortunately Pasar Ngasem (the bird market) is no longer in the locality as stated in ...
... as we had been hoping for a building with waterfalls or something! We enjoyed our walk back although as we turned into the National Museum realised that it is closed on a Monday and so we couldn't go (oops!). We headed back up Malioboro but as we did so the rain started to pour so our trusty Penang umbrella came in very useful! We darted into the mall to take cover and look for a new Lonely Planet guide in the hope that it would have been updated on some of ...
... a free massage, a sauna ( really nice one with a real wooden sauna bucket...as if we needed to sweat more!), high tea with excellent appetizers and desserts, then before supper we went to happy hour in the lounge. They were not busy at all, so the bartender had us test a couple of new drinks ...ie. piña colada on a stick and a jello shooter in an orange wedge. We figured we should dine at the hotel since they had been so good to us, so we had lamb chops for about ...
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