Ministry Of Coffee

Address: Jalan Prawirotaman I/15a, Yogyakarta, Java, 55153, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jalan Prawirotaman I/15a, Yogyakarta, is near Merapi Volcano, Tugu Pahlawan, and Bukit Darmo.
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      A travel blog entry by viva.sabata on Dec 25, 2014

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      Our driver made a wrong turn onto a very touristy looking side street, which looked pretty good to us having roughed it in Borobudur Village the past two nights but he insisted on getting us to our destination. He found the correct road two streets down, but after inly a peak it looked filthy as it backed the local market. We parted ways there, hiked on our packs, and doddled past the local market to wrong turn road. We popped into the first hotel on the drag, Airlangga, ...

      Month in Indonesia/ Miesiąc w Indonezji

      A travel blog entry by karolinajb on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... of facilities but the massage itself. Siedzimy w małej kawiarni w Jogia (jak tubylcy nazywają Yogyakartę) czekając na samolot do Kuala Lumpur. Po prawie miesiącu opuszczamy Indonezję), kraj w większości przyjazny i ciekawy gdzie każdego dnia będziesz uświadamiać sobie jak dużo posiadasz. Ludzie tu mieszkający zaskoczą Cię każdego dnia- szczególnie ci najbiedniejsi gotowi pomóc ...

      Hati Hati

      A travel blog entry by paulanddara on Sep 20, 2014

      33 photos

      ... a path up the mountain through the jungle that took 5 hours to the top. Neither of us fancied 5 hours up and several more back down, and figured that if we could just get to the foot of the mountain then it looked an easy walk straight up one of the ridges, so we just set off in a direct route.

      After much hacking through waist-deep scrub and stumbling over huge, hidden volcanic rocks ...

      Batik, temples, and lots of Gado-Gado!

      A travel blog entry by emma_rivers on Jun 16, 2014

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      ... exit signs to direct the traffic along the longest possible route. We ourselves only found out about their existence through our research, and that is truly a shame. The first housed a huge outrigger, built following ancient designs, that had sailed a spice trading route from Jarkarta to Accra via Madagascar and South Africa. It was then flown back, and had the entire museum custom built around it. Despite spending nearly 30 minutes in the museum, we didn't see a single other ...

      Violent Volcano

      A travel blog entry by bronwyn.donovan on Feb 15, 2014

      ... an onslaught of beers hoping they would clear up the realization of what we were all going though.

      It is funny how quickly people adapt in extreme situations. Watching our table be cleaned of ash and wearing a mask everywhere we went began to feel like a normal everyday activity by the fall of night.

      We had been hoping to hear some news from Lupa to say the temples would be open tomorrow but unfortunately they would be closed for ...