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... was that kind of a day. Someone said to me today that they felt lonely in a four day solo trip. I guess, its not for everyone - solo travel. You have to be extremely comfortable spending time alone. Naah.. not alone .. as someone pointed out this week, there is a difference between 'alone' and 'with oneself'. So, you have to be comfortable spending time with yourself. Hopefully tomorrow will bring better tales ...
They say that the most dangerous part of any day flying is actually the drive to the airport. This was never more true than when we took a transfer from Padang city to the airport. En route, a guy working on a building site who was stood in the middle of the road managed to swing a huge wooden pylon directly into the windscreen of our car. Had we been on a motorbike we would have ...
... the ones in Surabaya.
We went to the Prambanan and Borobudur temple complexes by bike. After Lombok and Bali I thought I knew the traffic by now and seen it all. This was actually not the case. Yogyakarta was even more crazy than the other places I have visited.
Not to forget that is was raining season so it rained quite a bit when we drived to the Prambanan and Borobudur temple ...
... base of the volcano to climb it. A short but huffy puffy climb and all you want to do when you reach the top is take big gulps of air! However, the air is filled with sulphur clouds - burn, baby, burn!!! Walked along the rim looking down into the smokin' crater where you can catch a glimpse of the bright yellow sulphur below. Fantastic views from the top looking out into the valley. Back in the bus for six hours and then up at 01:00 to set off on our climb ...
... on our way in and ascended the first steps into the central temple. From the first tier, it was possible to make out the dozens of separate piles of blocks, which had once been the outlying temples and now lay in sorted heaps ready for reassembly. A later walk through these was like entering a furnace where the rocks had been soaking up the sun's rays all day.
We walked back to the bus station, and returned to Yogyakarta to go for a swim before dinner at the ...
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