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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      Yogya, Borobudur, Prambanan & Merapi

      A travel blog entry by leopold2507 on Aug 01, 2013

      11 photos

      ... to decipher some of it. I had some not very detailed description with me. The lowest level is the best understood as it shows some of Siddharta Buddha's reincarnations, his birth and early life and finishes with him teaching and starting to 'turn the wheel of the world', ie showing people how to live properly. The other levels are all about a young mans life and how he meets different teachers and people until reaching enlightenment. This is all not very well understood as ...

      Anniversaries and Birthdays!

      A travel blog entry by teambrazier on Apr 10, 2013

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      ... so our first goal was to arrange transport to both of these. I had read that the Dieng Plateau around 3 hours away was stunning - having a live volcano, Hindu temples and a colored lake.

      We try to use local guides as mush as possible, mostly because the money goes to the community, but it also helps you learn more about the country from these guys. We found a local guide on line and after a few emails we had a 2 day trip booked over our anniversary and my ...

      Dont put all your egg smelling rocks in one basket

      A travel blog entry by nealinthailand on Mar 24, 2009

      1 comment, 22 photos

      ... and build little cookie cutter houses for their employees, usually with a company store where you could buy all the things you needed, thus giving all your money back to the company in a roundabout sort of way. The people here were very friendly and the children followed me about in a small pack. Some ******* had taught them to say "photo, photo mister" in an unending chorus which was annoying after awhile but what can you do. It was near sunset by ...