Mercury Guest House

Address: Jl. Gerilya (Jl. Prawirotaman) MG III/595, Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jl. Gerilya (Jl. Prawirotaman) MG III/595, Yogyakarta, is near Merapi Volcano, Tugu Pahlawan, and Bukit Darmo.
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    Travel Blogs from Yogyakarta

    Yogyakarta to Jakarta - New Year's Eve 2013

    A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah on Dec 31, 2013

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    ... feel like we're looking over the edge of something just to really freak me out. Allegedly they do a tree for a child deal. I will bear that in mind if I need a tree on the cheap. They also do a children's Dim Sum for 80,000 Rupiahs. Smart way of making money out of the excess children. Then as I'm in the shower I see a 5 recycled towels = 1 tree planted and the final piece of the masterstroke falls into place. These guys have over 100 rooms with 2 towels each. Thats a potential of ...

    The Hard-nosed Tourist in Java

    A travel blog entry by jules_young on Sep 24, 2013

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    ... to piece the jigsaw altogether last Century only for the 2006 earthquake to destroy significant portions of it again. The painstaking job of trying to piece it all together continues and you have to wear hard hats (as well as sarongs!) around the complex. Both temples have intricate reliefs in the stone work - Borobodur's tells the story of Buddha's life; in Prambanan the relief tells the story of Ramayana. I was very glad that the ...

    Indonesia - Jogjakarta on Java island

    A travel blog entry by rjdemp on Jun 27, 2013

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    ... br> Next on our tour was a serious of stops designed to teach us about local handicrafts and part us from our money. We learned about the making of batik, leather puppets, and silver filigree jewelry which was great but it all ended with being steered into a gift shop and an expectation of making a purchase. We realize these people rely on tourists to make their living but there was too much of it and the ...