Cakra Kusuma Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... pestered us for pictures. I tried a new angle: Them - excusamee - foto pleasie? Me - si - quiero te quieras - quisieran un foto de ustedes a este sitio de ruinas ? Si que bueno! With a bewildered look from being hit hard with rapid fire Spanish, I snatch their camera, snap a photo of them, and hand it back... Me - que bonita! Adios! Hasta!! Brilliant! This works repeatedly well until Jed gets caught in an unrequested picture and then gets inundated. I step in ...
... years of neglect and layers of volcanic ash built over it. It wasn't until 1814 when Java was under British control, that the British Governor of Java was told about the location of the temple and it's rediscovery began. In 1975 a huge project to uncover and reclaim the temple from the ash and jungle vines was undertaken. Since 1982 it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The rest of the day we were tired so spent the day relaxing by the ...
... the quarry workers seemed unduly bothered.
We thought it worth describing our general daily routine to give a feel of the rhythm of our days here. The normal riding day begins with a 5am alarm to get up and get yourself and bikes ready for the day. The actual 5am alarm that we set on one of our phones generally turns out to be unnecessary, as in most places there’s a mosque ...
... where he wanted it, no matter how much the bus or people within moved. Unfortunately where he wanted his hand seemed to be my left boob, it took me a little while to realise this was his intended destination, but when I did, I managed to dissuade him with the strategic placement of my elbow. After subtley hinting to Tom that I was uncomfortable, he moved to my side and saved me from any future unwanted attentions. Luckily, the rest of the journey to Yogyakarta was ...
... dust was making breathing a bit messy; a mask in this temperature is not fun. Many stalls, real shops are rare, most things are sold on the street, were closed. The sky was one huge gray cloud, cars looked weird with the gray mud was plastered over everything. Special crews with real gasmasks were trying to scoop up the ashes and put them in big burlap bags that were supposed to be collected. Apparently this stuff can be used as fertilizer, my hair ...