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... jedoch merke ich nach kurzer Fahrt, dass der Töff immer noch nicht ganz ok ist. Ich kann aber nicht alles testen, da wir in dem Verkehr kaum vorankommen. Schlussendlich ist es einer der langsamsten Tage mit einem durchschnittlichen Tempo von etwa 27 Km/h (ohne Pausen!) auf 150 Kilometern.
In Yogyakarta versuche ich zum x-mal das Stottern des Töff weg zu bringen. Ein Engländer, Andy der ein Kaffee betreibt hilft mir dabei und fährt mich in der ...
... the waiting started. The bus was at
the right place at 10, only 1 hour too early, the ferry was supposed to leave
at 12 but is “hopefully” leaving at 13.00.
The AC of the bus was turned of so I am sitting on a dirty
ground somewhere near the place where the ferry is leaving. I had a lot of time
to get my pictures sorted out and am throwing a lot away.
Thank you for your reactions hope to communicate soon again
... drink she ordered turn out to be not as expected.
Third stop: Prambanan
*Yawnzzz* Fell asleep in the car and around 4pm we reach Prambanan. The weather is not at my side. It was sunny and hot during the day and towards the late afternoon, it started to rain. March is still considered rainy seasons and we experience the late showers everyday. We did not engage the local guide however Echo follow us around and trying his best to explain to us. Prambanan is ...
... huts stopping people from doing that. Howver on the way back, the guide kindly pointed the route down, so I could go ahead of the group at my pace, which I really appreciated!
The rest of they day was spent chilling out and organising what Im going to do over the next few days. However is during this time th5 yat I meet an American Ex-pat called Ian, who was stopping off for a beer on his journey home, He then proceed to share a very ammusing story ...
... in the area, they tell Bandung Bondowoso that they need to leave, and leave the last temple unfinished. At sunrise, Rara Jonggrang rejects Bandung Bondowoso's marriage proposal, under the argument he didn't fullfill her condition. He gets upset as she cheated, and curses her, turning her into a stone, and making her part of the last temple.
When we visited the temple we were given a sarong at the entrance, and the local guide we had showed us around. We first took a look at ...