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... places give you a hug and rock you off to sleep – we both hope that Yogakarta is the latter for us J
We’re off to stay with a couple we found on Airbnb who are letting their spare room to us for £8, so fingers crossed they are not nut cases and that get on well as we have 5 nights there before we fly to Bali! We could take the train, but for a few pounds more we can avoid an 18 hour train journey, so we decided to take the air option instead, hoorah! Once in Bali ...
... to Hinduism. Hard to believe that something this big and costly to make was barely ever used. The temple represents a Buddhist vision of the cosmos in stone, starting in the everyday world and spiralling up to nirvana. Like all Buddhist temples, you're supposed to walk around it clockwise. Making your way to the top, you pass carved story boards/panels that present Buddhist doctrines, as well as aspects of Javanese life 1,000 years ago and over 500 ...
... the idea of sending you some to try, but at $160 per lb we thought not!). Since the cats were kept in good conditions we decided to try some of the coffee and it wasn’t too bad in fact!
4pm ish saw us get a car to Wonosobo an hour and a half away on some very poor roads- saying goodbye to the owners of the hotel and Eric we felt like old friends already and we will definitely be writing up a good review on trip advisor asap! Wonosobo is known as the gateway ...
... 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 ...
... about ten minutes later, and we sat and read while it made the 17km journey to Prambanan temple complex.
Here we joined the "foreigners' queue" and were dressed in sarongs in order to enter the temple area. This seemed a touch unnecessary - with Jacqui already wearing trousers, and Dave's shorts showing beneath this shorter overgarment, we were a bit unsure about its purpose. But apparently it was an important part of showing our respects to the temple, so we ...
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