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... chicken and rice for lunch most of which we left before arriving at 3.20 in Yogyakarta. Walking to the train station went pretty much hassle free before logging into our garish looking hotel pop!
We wandered round for a record 1.5 hours looking for somewhere to eat and drink before staggering int a bread talk for some carbs salvation. All we wanted ...
... made for a memorable experience. At the top of the mountain we waited in the dark with a cup of fresh brewed Javanese coffee. Then the first glimpses of sunlight peaked from behind Mt. Merapi and the show began. The view changed constantly as the sun came up and the clouds moved. You could see Borobudur below peaking through the mist in the valley. Our guide said the actual tour plan was to see sunrise at the temple ...
... all flooded past us in an effort to get out of the teeming rain.
The temple slowly emptied, leaving only the few that had refused to budge from under the archways, including Dan and myself. We had no idea how we would find Mandy and Tracy, and just hoped that they had managed to get back to the taxi. The rain abated somewhat and in an unspoken agreement, Dan and I ran. We ran down the slippery stone steps, across the open areas ...
... main reason for visiting.
Before visiting the temples during the day, we went to Prambanan for our dose of culture - the Ramayana ballet. While I don't profess to have any knowledge of ballet, I can confidently tell you that traditional Javanese ballet is far removed from something you might see at Covent Garden. No swans anyway, although there was a deer...
In a bid for flexibility, and to get some exercise, we had hoped to ...
... eulogy. So he spends the next eight years trying to get to know this Man of God, and through this process realized how human we all are. Something about this story pushed me inside of myself…I have a deep desire for Faith. I can say that I believe in God…I know he is everywhere and he is with me. But I often wonder what I am doing…have I been running from God all of this time. The church is a hard place for me to be. In fact, it is ...
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