Mercury Guest House
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... each girl. I am staying in a little guesthouse in the alleyways around the Kraton within it's walls. It reminds me a little bit of the Galle Fort in Sri Lanka. Although very cheap, my guesthouse is done up beautifully with traditional Indonesian antiquities (see photo). Apart from the main town itself, the real draw of Jogja are the two temples that are nearby which, like Angkor Wat in Cambodia, were "discovered" by foreigners in the ...
... he made a change. This was a better choice and worth the early wake up call. One side note, Mt. Merapi is one of the world’s most volatile and dangerous volcanos which last erupted in 2010. The 2006 eruption preceeded a large earthquake in the area. This is an exciting country geologically speaking. It’s amazing and of the temple ruins still exist.
After the sun came up we moved on to visit ...
Next morning it was time to pack again. We had booked a flight to Jakarta, Indonesia, with a connecting flight o Yogyakarta....or Jogja. All I know is every time we said Yogyakarta, nobody knew what we were talking about and then after writing the name down, they would say some thing like jo-g-ka-ya and laugh when we repeated it. We arrived mid afternoon and spent the remainder of ...