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... free guided tours of the complex to English speaking tourists. We were delighted to have been approached and very willing to accept a free tour. She was a fountain of knowledge with very good English, but most importantly she was appreciative of our constructive criticism at the end of the tour. She walked us around the complex for two hours, explaining then testing our knowledge. It is always nice to learn in more detail about the history and meaning behind the temples, however ...
... Indonesian natives ran through our legs to take all the limited spaces. After 45 sweaty minutes at the bus stop we took the Mount Anville way out and got a taxi. It was painfully cheap. We decided to get him to wait while we explored the temple and kept the meter running. The grand total for a 90minute drive each way plus a two hour wait was €18 (300,000 Rupiah) between the 4 of us, although you would swear your man won the lottery when he ...
Une journee relaxe en perspective, apres le PT de JP et un autre succulent dejeuner (en notant que la majorite des internationaux mangent des toasts et des patisseries et que les asiatiques mangent du riz et des nouilles... Incluant JP), nous relaxons ensuite a la piscine pendant qu'aucun touriste n'y est. Christine se fait faire une pedicure (75min pour 23$).
Dans l'apres-midi, on part en ville visiter le Tamansari - Chateau d'eau - construit au 18e siecle et servant ...
... directly from Japan, a cool 3300 miles and a seven hour flight away from Jakarta, I found it fascinating that the Japanese esoteric Shingon Buddhism I experienced on Mt. Koya is very, very similar to the Javanese esoteric Buddhism I saw illustrated today on the walls at Borobudur. It turns out that there is a very good reason for this. In the religiously fertile 8th century in Asia a young Buddhist monk named Vajrabodhi left India for Java, studied and worked ...
... we went for lunch in Bedhot Resto, recommended in lonely planet and also close to both our homestays. They food was really good. I had a dish called Sayur Lodeh which had tofu and tempe, with greens cooked in a mild coconut curry-ish sauce with rice. It was delicious. The girls - Svenja, Andra, Ines and Ilka - commented their food was extremely good too, and I took their word as they were currently living and studying for a semester in Bali, so presumably had had their fair share ...
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