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... peeked through... but only a third at its maximum point. The sunrise was hampered a bit my clouds but 30 mins later the sun broke through, creating a truly mystical sight. (Derek's pics turned out far better than mine. Thank you Derek!) Shortly afterwards, we were transported to the temple itself and went on a bit of a self-guided exploration of this huge work of art. By 7:30am, however, both Derek and I were fading ...
... during my travels. I honestly told her yes, sometimes, but its only human. I guess I was right. She also does what I do, that is sometimes use the couchsurfing community to find people to hang out in the evenings. Ferah also has traveled a lot more than I have. We were able to discuss the places she has enjoyed traveling to. She is a person who loves to travel to off beat places that most tourists do not go to. Also, she doesn't stay in dorms. She feels she is too old to ...
... courteous and always smiling, leads us to the temples by country roads, which are still full of incoming scooters trying to pass each other on their way to work. There is already people working in the rice fields and we can feel the day warming up every minute ....
An emergency stop is required, JP saw sombaby sheeps! They are really funny with their long ears and their akward way of running!
First temple visit this morning is Ratu Bokobecause it offers ...
... a very obvious scam ( when I tell them I'm on to them they just smile and walk away).
Jogja is the center of the batik industry - it all mostly originates from here - and I've seen more batik clothing stores than I'll ever see in a lifetime. I'm kind of like in batik overload. The clothing is beautiful but would look a little out of place in the US. Maybe I could buy a hijab (stylish Muslim head covering) for Sue. Just ...
... for the journey. The lounge was dimly lit by only a few loose bulbs hanging from the low ceiling about and there were two open doors on either side with only a chain across them stopping you from plummeting into the ocean below. There was one small counter toward the back of the lounge selling hot coffee and a few other Indonesian delicacies and one table where a man was selling CD's. The toilets were holes in the floor and had a constant stench looming in them. I became famous on ...