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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... It reminds me of Angkor Wat... not only the sheer size of the temple, but also its rock-cut style, use of friezes and reliefs to tell the stories, and tiered/layered structure. Angkor Wat is Hindu, while Borobudur is Buddhist, but all over SE Asia, these religions, along with animism, tend to fuse with one another.
Despite the massive effort it took to build Borobudur, it was abandoned soon after completion as the people shifted away ...
... improving each night as we made our way towards Yogyakarta. There was a slight issue with the first night’s accommodation in Kota Banjar in that three people were violently sick, presumably from something at dinner. There were now so many people with some sort of ill health that the tour team organised a minibus and driver to transport everyone who was too ill to realistically cycle for the next few days directly to Yogyakarta. In addition, another couple received ...
... departure gate. As we got to the gate it had 3 flights listed none of which were our flight, feeling slightly concerned we went inside and found out that they had just not bothered to add our flight and was due to take off 15 mins late. We found a couple of seats and sat down, the last couple of hours had given us our first (and probably not the last) taste of how different things will be. I am not sure what would ...
... from the sun under a tree had resulted in another photo shoot for yet more unknown tourists, we went for lunch and a wander around the museum. A large number of the better-preserved statues were on display here, together with photos and descriptions of the excavation / restoration work being carried out.
We sat on an immobile land train for few minutes before deciding it would probably be faster to walk, and quickly found ourselves at the site of Lumbung ...
... map was not to scale and we walked for hours along main roads in the sweltering heat all to find a restaurant we'd read about. To fit with the theme of our trip; we couldn't find it. But fate intervened and we ended up elsewhere and I can safely say it was the best veggie burger I've ever had in my life! See, sometimes it's good to get lost. On Friday we caught a bus to Prambanan Temple. The bus was small and for some reason the tiny seats were squashed ...