Permata Guest House

Jl. Timoho II No 32A, Yogyakarta, Java, 55165, Indonesia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Yogyakarta

Yogyakarta to Jakarta - New Year's Eve 2013

A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah


... hotel, walking across the runway, and mystery face allergy **** I hate flying. I think Beijing to Manila has ruined me for life. We get another round of £1.90 airasia food. I start choosing through the reams of photos to upload to yesterdays blog Hello to:- motorways, fast food, double our accomodation budget, hopefully fireworks, hopefully not bombs Just after we land we again do some runway walking. Some chump even stops to photo his family. Crazy mother local tourist ...

Yogya, search for a Sirsak

A travel blog entry by maexme


... some informal on the sides of the street. There were not only fruits and vegetables available, but also meat, toys, clothes, prepared meals, snacks and animals. People moved between the stands checking prices and products, and it seemed like it was a labyrinth of stands and products the locals knew well, while I circled around looking for a snatd with sirsak. The trip was successful and I did findone, which I later had for breakfast at ...

Three Days in JogJa

A travel blog entry by sshangau


... they may be fruit bats, but I will check with Sukio and let you know.

From here, we had arranged for our drivers to stay and wait for us and then take us to the Pasty Bird Market. This place was filled with vendors selling locusts, maggots, and other bird food, as well as cats, dogs, rodents and many different species of birds. Many birds were packed into cages, maybe 30-40 to one cage.This was sad, especially when I saw the little brown owls, about 5-6 inches ...

Javanese Music: Traditional Gamelan

A travel blog entry by kristenleigh


... then you probably know how difficult it is to describe. The pitch intervals are so unlike anything heard in Western music that the gamelan can be utterly confounding to the ears of classically-trained musicians.

Lucky for me, I'm just a lowly folk singer. I've never been classically trained in anything, which actually gives me an advantage when it comes to learning traditional Javanese gamelan music. Much like Western folk music, Gregorian ...

Unforgetable, Kulon Progo Yogyakarta

A travel blog entry by yunihandini


... dragon fruit, they so kind and let us know many knowledge about daragon fruit. they also so friendly and so nice..they let us to try the dragon fruit taste. we were lucky and we have amazing experience in dragon fruit plantation, because we get closer of them, they allow us to walk around insert the plantation without pay, usually for tourist normal entrece in 20.000 rupiah...expensive for the student. but we get free learning, free fruit and free walking tour ...


This hotel, located on Jl. Timoho II No 32A, Yogyakarta, is near Merapi Volcano, Tugu Pahlawan, and Bukit Darmo.
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