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Spent all of today on the road after being picked up from our hotel at 8 and arriving at our destination 12 hours later. We did meet some cool people who were 2 girls from Italy (Ottavia & Ludo) and a Swedish/Russian couple who had just spent a month in a Buddhist camp in Kathmandu (Ken & Maria).
We thought heading out of the towns we would see beatiful green landscape but it just seemed to be roadside shops and shacks most of the way.
Our stop in Solo was very short, but as with the rest of Indonesia it was still incredibly beautiful and I am glad to have seen it.
It was a 3 hour drive to our first destination and one that we had all been very intrigued to see - the Karma Sutra temple. We were slightly disappointed as it turned out to be a lot more tame than we had all hoped and it was tiny compared to Borobudur and Prambanan. However, it was nestled at the top of ...
... service! The bus trip back to the Duta Losmen was fairly quick this time as we weren't picking up market goers and we made it back in good time. We had a walk out to a local restaurant which was interesting as it was deadly quiet bar the screeching of birds (canaries etc) that the owner had in the back room, at times it was deafening! A less than average meal later and we braved the torrential rain to get back to the Losmen and bed down for the night. ...
The next day Up at 3 for a 4am start. Our driver was on time but then we had to
go through a hole bargaining thing with him over entrance tickets, we had tried
to buy the entrance tickets when we booked but he just said the driver would
bring them. This meant we were late. We got to the hill over looking Borobudur
... transfer to Bali. If I had my time over again I would get the 150IR transfer to Bromo and do the rest ourselves.We stayed a night at the ****** over rated Cemoro Indah Lodge. I
could not believe for an extra night they were charging $50 for a
place that look liked it had not been touched since the 1960s. The
following morning, a little way down the hill we found a smashing new
clean and modern guesthouse for 200 IR. We did not do ...