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Not ready for service. No hot water. Bad breakfast (a piece of toast???)
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... and we were concerned about the fumes as the smoke turned towards us so we steadily made our way back down the steep path to the car park. What an experience, one I shall never forget but unfortunately I didn't get to see the blue flames down below me in the crater. Perhaps another time? We had a beautiful jungle drive back in the 4 x 4 and stopped regularly when I shouted "photo"! The driver was so funny and the whole trip a huge success. I bought them ...
... the top platform it had become pretty busy and i took it as my cue to leave. Walked over to Dugi Hill only about 15mins away, the one spot where you can get an 'aerial’ view of the complex and needless to say i was the only person there. Then called in at the on-site museum before riding over to Candi Pawon a solitary temple 1km east or so of Borobudur but it was rubbish (at least it only cost 3,300INR to see) and then to the ...
... alone go rock climbing at 4. He didn’t stop to question, helping Hannah on her way to the top of the wall, where another crowd had formed, one that had clearly gotten their earlier – they were not amused with these wall scaling shena****ns. They were less amused when Andy emerged seconds later and probably even less so when a few others followed suit. We had done it; we had reached the top courtesy of our sneaky shortcut. If only the sunrise ...
... and other ravages of nature. The temple was not rediscovered until the 19th century. A first restoration campaign, supervised by Theodor van Erp, was undertaken shortly after the turn of the century. A second one was led more recently (1973-82).
The main temple is a stupa built in three tiers around a hill which was a natural centre: a pyramidal base with five concentric square terraces, the trunk of a cone with three circular platforms and, ...
... is the largest Buddha Temple in 9th Century with 123 x 123 meter which built long centuries before Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
Borobudur has 1,460 relief and 504 stupa's Buddha.
Borobudur was a worship built by King Samaratungga one of king of Ancient Mataram ...