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... to provide a crispy edge. One was filled with Nutella and the other pineapple jam. I was disgusted by the amount of butter the vendor was coating the bread in, however I have to say that it was comparable to a doughnut and was a pleasant treat.
It was a massive shock to the system when our alarms went at 3.30am! But we were up, ready, and on the road by 4am, trying to navigate our way to Borobudur, the world’s largest Buddhist temple, and ...
... was only slightly bigger than a mini bus, which lacked the leg room of a normal coach sized bus. It wasn't too bad though, stopping for a late breakfast-early lunch which was our favourite buffet style choose what you want setups. The majority of the rest of the journey was spent sleeping so it all seemed to go quite quickly. Arriving in Yogyakarta and our hostel by about 4pm, gave us just enough time to have a quick explore of the town. A couple of helpful people staying ...
... However, we are interrupted by a kitten in distress who lost his mother ... Tourists find the cat super "cute", Cri finds it quite sad!
The coffee has made available drawing books for tourists to illustrate their observations about cultural differences - a very good idea and some drawings are awesome!
Around 20h, we attended a puppet show (from a set of shades) accompanied by folk music ... Good thing that it only costs $ 2 per person as we left the place after 30 ...
... after the last go round. Indonesia’s postwar dictators, Sukarno and Suharto, both have plaques erected at different times commemorating their excellence at rebuilding Prambanan after earthquakes and volcanoes.
The spiky, elaborate style of Prambanan’s temple architecture is unlike anything I have seen before on this journey, and differs from Indian Hindu temples in its uniquely, intricately Indonesian way. The three largest temples at Prambanan are ...
... on our row of seats but I'm certain Liza and Nanok felt the same as me. Which was basically to lay there pretending you might fall asleep but all you're really doing is waiting for the acceleration, meaning you are overtaking on the wrong side of the road, probably on a blind corner or the brow of a hill, and then waiting for the sharp braking and hopefully no bang. This went on for several hours until, inevitably, the skid did happen and the bang was ...
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