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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... to be ready for 3.30am as we'd likely be the first pick up for a 4am start, you can imagine our grumpy faces when the bus turned up at 4.04am. It was still completely black and having the back of the minibus to ourselves we were able to drift off en route to our first destination. The tour would be taking us to two temples over the course of the day, Borobudur and Prambanan - our first stop was a hill near Borobudur from where we would be able to watch the sun rise over the temple and ...
... 281; korkiem). No i wszędzie człowiek czuje się jak olbrzym wsród przynajmniej o głowę niższych tubylców, tak więc upychanie się w lokalne autobusy jest rozrywkowe i wymagające. Odwiedzilismy kilka miejsc w Indonezji, takich jak: Bali- w mojej opinii przereklamowane, drogie i zakorkowane- szczególnie południowa część wyspy. Północ jest spokojniejsza i bardziej zrelaksowana. Ceny transportu ...
... gained a
wife or, your my wife now. Kirsty also mentioned that no one had asked the
woman in this who's wife they wanted to be. They were very emotionless as well,
you would not have believed they were in love. My wooden puppet I bought Shinta
was the star princess. All in all it was very good and enjoyable. ...
... looked it up on trip advisor. The reviews were bad so we decided to skip it. Instead we went to te... Cinema! :-/ we watched one film and when it finished we bought a ticket for the next one which had just started! At £1.50 a film you can't say no!! Woops. We went to sleep at about 9 ready for another early start. At 4am we were picked up for sunrise between a mountain and a volcano before ...
Yogyakarta? Jogja? Yogya? We couldn't quite figure it out, but we were there. As you all know, it took us a solid 9 hours to official leave the beach bum life and return to a real city. Jogja is the cultural center of Java, and our reentry point to sightseeing. Over our five day stay we learned about Batik (and potential were scammed in the process), we saw the largest Buddhist temple in the world, Borobudur, became rather lost in the windy alleyways ...