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Travel Blogs from Yogyakarta
... In the second section we were greeted by an entire gamelan orchestra in full swing, accompanied by a dancer too. After watching a while, we continued to explore the rest of the compound and its grounds. We both enjoyed the trip, and were glad we had made time for it in our busy schedule in Indonesia.
While in Yogyakarta, we heard about their local zoo. At first hesistant to visit any zoo in Asia, as they are renouned for having truly awul conditions for the animals, we ...
... in over an inch of thick white grey ash. For many hours it ‘ashed’ and we were kept indoors watching dodgy Valentines Day movies on TV.
By lunch the storm had cleared and we were able to walk the streets, with mask of course, to find some food. I have never seen so little people on the street and nowhere not open for business but today Indonesia seemed to be a ghost town; eerie and calm. Eventually we found food and ...
... People are firing them across the road at each other and setting them off on the floor in the road. everything sounds like it's going off right in your ear. Picking our way back is easier going as now some of the main streets are roped off by the army/police, but there's still a few hairy moments where busses full of people with drums congest things up and the remaining mopeds are taking no prisoners. End up outside our hotel at 4 mins to midnight and the hotel across the road ...
... We reiterated the high heat and hoped for the best. On the ride back up the mountain back to our villa, we passed 2 men on a bike and one of them was carrying a dead goat (for the Muslim sacrifice). When we returned to the villa the staff decided that they would throw our bags into their dryers or something hot for us to help us out. The rest of our day was spent planning out Borobudur, Jakarta ...
... ash about. Merapi had only recently erupted with the death and destruction of quite a few locals and their dwellings. There is unspoken respect by the locals for Merapi - 'it giveth and it takes away'. There are 3 base camps before reaching the crater and on the second we all stopped. Our guides lit a bonfire and we rested. What we hadn't realised before hiking up Merapi was that it would be very similar if not 10 times harder hiking up to the Ijen crater - 'walking ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking