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... and walked around the surrounding road which was completely dead. On our way we stumbled across an elephant house in which five elephants were located - from our observations though not particularly well treated! We continued our walk around the grounds, stopping off at the souvenir market and the museum before rejoining our group at the minibus. From here we travelled to Prambanan which was in another outskirt of Yogyakarta - about an hour and a half drive which meant another nap was ...
... After getting enough fuel inside you, the riding then starts at around 6:30. The morning's a really nice part of the day as it's generally still a little cool. Each rider is left to ride at their own pace, and it’s up to you whether you ride on your own or with others who are going at a similar pace.
You are responsible for your own navigation, but the route is ...
... erop. Hij haalde de auto op om ons daarna via de pinautomaat naar Ada Waktu ("geen tijd" zo heet het huis) rijden waar Arie en Arie Junior (zoon van zijn zus) staat op te wachten. Door de deur gelopen komen we aan in een klein paradijsje. Wij krijgen 1 van de gastenkamers op de begane grond met veranda aan de tropische tuin met zwembad. Arie woont hier bijna zijn gehele famillie, moeder, broers, zussen en die zijn kinderen en partners. Ze hebben achter het huis ...
... thereby going quite some distance to restore our faith in the Indonesian youth. They genuinely seemed to enjoy talking to us, asking questions like 'what do you call... in English?', having a go at pronunciation right there in front of us and generally just having fun with us!
On our final day in Jogja, we decided to do a little souvenir shopping, managing to pick up some some batik items, wooden puppets, and even a set of the traditional tools to do batik ...
... the stands were still closed. The smell of spices was very good, we ate in a small open place, when suddenly a thunderstorm started. Mud rivers were pouring out of the trees, water came from all sides the ash was washed in one direction and the result looked like a small landslide.
The bus to Semarang was supposed to leave that afternoon at 3 but there was no but till 4. The time waiting I wrote this blog and drank a glass of Guava juice (the ...
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