Mercury Guest House
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My second stop in Indonesia: Jogjakarta, in central Java. It is, without doubt, one of the most important city in arts, music and history.
The airplane didn't take long to take me to the Jogjakarta airport, it was around 4 pm and it was incredibly hot and humid. I was queuing to but a taxi ticket and I heard two guys speaking spanish, so I asked them if they wanted to share the taxi with me. They happily agreed, and they became the first friends I made in Indonesia. They ...
... who is 18, super nice and speaks very good English. He helped the OT students plan all their trips to the temples, to climb the mountain and get some handmade Batik (special pattern of fabric) clothes made by his aunt. So we are happy to have him to help us out! Sunday: Best Day Yet! Early morning for us, but totally worth it! We got up around 5am because Vien and a driver were picking us up at 6 to drive to see Borobudur & Prambanan, ...
I walked to the end of this chaotic, largely characterless shopping street until I came to bit near the Sultan's Palace complex. I found a restaurant and parked my behind at one of there tables. I ordered a beef dish consisting of ribs in a mushroom sauce accompanied with rice, not to mention lots of red peppers to spice things up, and boy, did they! I walked back with a full belly and in need of a good night's rest.