Mercury Guest House
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... life this was not possible. Though our guide knew it was ‘raining ash’ we pilled into the car and journeyed toward Borobudur. The road was hazardous as the ash fell, it was reported later that there was only a 1 to 2 meter visibility range, though our driver kept his cool even when it started raining and we all began to sing ‘ let it mud, let it mud, let it mud’ as the ash turned to a sulphurous face mask. Arriving ...
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 ...
... Thankfully there was nothing more afterwards.
One very strange thing that has been happening in Java is that Indonesians stop and ask to have a photo taken with me - it's like I'm suddenly famous in Java! It happened a couple of times at the Palace and the Water Castle. I think they don't see so many fair skinned westerners around these parts. Chris finds it hilarious, since it's usually me who gets collared! He got some shots of me having my ...