Cakra Kusuma Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... been proclaiming how "well travelled" they were and could sniff out scams these days. Borobudur itself is a Buddhist temple which is very impressive and quite grand in size. The temple consists of a number of levels leading to the main stupa at the top. The temple was absolutely rammed with tour groups of school children who must spend their holidays on study tours. Whilst this didn't initially provide us with much opportunity to get good photographs of the temple, at the back there ...
... on a more expensive train that arrives at 2am, it would make more sense to get a cheaper train during the day and arrive at a time that would still enable us to check into a hostel for the night. It means we miss out on a day of looking around Jakarta, but the hustle and bustle of Jakarta, often likened to the busy cities of India, isn't something I was looking forward to anyway. To do this though we were told we'd have to travel back to Jogja! ...
... and only so much sleeping you can do that they decide, today I
will direct traffic. Once in Yogy as they call it we went to our hotel then
back to the center for lunch and to book a tour for Monday. We met Mika and
toured the tour agency for the best deal to Borobudur and Dieng plateau. It started
at 275000-300000pp and after a few hours was 200000. We were told if we could
get another 2ppl we could have it for 150000pp. The hunt ...
... described by Lonely Planet as "the most complex and culturally compelling island in Indonesia."
My first stop was Ubud, which is a small town in Bali with 30,000 people, considered an arts and culture mecca. This is silly but I used to think Bali was just a big beach but it's really a huge island with multiple towns (including Ubud) and multiple beaches that you could spend a month exploring. For me, the defining feature of Bali was the Hinduism, which is ...
... them try and spell Sarajane's name was hilarious. We spent the rest of our time in Jogja exploring the windy alleyways with some friends from the tour. One day we stumbled into a little courtyard surrounded by food stalls. After hours of wandering and "not being lost" we were happy to eat such delicious food. After almost a month in Indonesia we were ready to leave the beaches for a while and return to the traditional backpacking route! Onwards to ...