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... over here, the hotel only cost a little bit more than the available hostels we were looking at (which looked ****) so we're still officially flashpacking at the moment. Anyway the Hotel is unreal, check out the pics of the swimming pool. Also check out the pic of my laundry which they did for free n folded it up in a vac packed bag which freed up half my backpack. The breakfast here is unreal, eggs cooked in front of you to your liking, fresh pineapple n other ...
... if disregarded, can lead to disaster (for example there is a belief that if those to whom the maintenance of the palace kodok ngorek gong has been entrusted fail to take all possible care with it, they will suddenly come face to face with a tiger). The forging of gamelan gongs is much like the process of painting icons in the Orthodox Christian tradition, requiring spiritual preparation and the careful observance of certain rituals.
One of ...
... for drinks and food and even offered on board massage services!
It was a 7 hour journey but it passed quickly. We traveled through some of the most beautiful scenery we have seen since Northern Thailand. We passed stunning little villages, paddy fields and soaring mountains. True to form we arrived in Yogya on time and with our hotel again within walking distance we checked in for our 6 night stay.
Yogyakarta is most famous for Borobudur and ...
... but first we passed a beautiful blue-green lagoon where fishing boats docked (next to fish/shrimps farms with fisherman's houses).
The beach has awesome huge waves as we mention before -- same as other Java southern beach waves, looks like tsunami waves from distance. And beautiful view to every direction, not just beach view but also landscape of mountains view. Wonderful.
... visitor should step the stairs. Last visit at 3 p.m.
This palace is located 196 meters above the sea level. The area of the palace as wide as 250,000 m2 is divided into four, namely center, west, southeast, and east parts.
The center part consists of the main gateway, square, Combustion Temple,
pond, square terrace and assembly hall. Meanwhile, the southeast part
includes hall, platform, three temples, pond, and a complex for princess.
The caves, ...