Ministry Of Coffee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... culture that sported dazzling costumes and make up. We were grateful to have completed the tour with our guide previously as the story was much easier to understand with those Coles notes already in our pocket.
Returned to our home stay by 10:30pm with the intention of sleeping by 11pm, hoping to catch at least 4 hours of sleep before our alarm went off at 3:15am.... in time for the Borodrodur Sunrise Tour. ...
... very well. We started the climb and it was a pretty steep one. Also, we both realized how out of shape we were. Haha .. both of us saying that we need to hit the gym when we get back home. For me, the reason for being out of shape is pretty evident. I am just drinking too regularly. Just two or three beers everyday, but its so regular! Anyway, so now we were climbing together. We were waiting for each other, and honestly I was waiting more for her. But then she was ...
... de 249 temples presque tous en ruine...) en velo et nous realisons l'ampleur des travaux de restoration a faire! En terminant la visite, on appercoit un camp de scout musulman pour gars et filles - ca n'a pas l'air de camping de luxe!
De retour vers l'hotel, on arrete a quelques endroits qui vendent des meubles indonesiens, mais ils manquent tous de finition.... Et notre chauffeur nous amene au resto Rumah Cohon (maison dans les arbres) qui s'etend sur 6 ...
... big One Direction fan. Hear that, Lexi?
This is the tallest Hindu temple in the world built around the 10th century AD.
It is not painted like the temples in India. It is quite striking and beautiful. The temple is a temple of the god Siva with adjunct temples around it dedicated to Ganesh (Siva's son), Siva's wife Durga, Brahma and Vishnu. Around the ...
... the seat, and they reclined to almost horizontal, or at least the ones that worked did. There were slightly worn blue blankets on the headrest of each seat, and a brown cushion for each passenger too. I wondered if they ever got washed. It took around 3 hours to get to the ferry. This was the only part of the journey which was in daylight so I sat and gazed out the window taking in the luscious green scenery, with hills, palm trees, rice fields, houses, and in some places the ...