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Today I took a ride to Mt Lawu, the volcano next to Solo. Driving in this area is already lots more relaxed as compared with the big city of Yogya, and some real feeling of cruising was coming up :) The road led through rice fields and started becoming steeper and steeper and pretty windy the closer I got to the mountain. At the foot of Lawu, the landscape changed to become a ...
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.
... view and we walked down the main high street to a lovely chorus of "hello mister" from the kids. Argus took us to a local warung where a lovely lady prepared us lunch, chicken noodles with fried tofu. It was a typical local restaurant with chickens running around the kitchen etc.. and the food was so tasty. Hannah and Ange noticed a mother hen losing it on the side of the road, one of her chicks had fallen down a sewer hole and the both ...
... nice lunch was depressing. It was at a nice place by the
temple in the woods but like eveywhere here it had a bird in a cage for
decoration. It was so depressing to watch as it was surrounded by all the other
birds in the forest and would sing to them. **** like this makes me sad but what
can you do. After temple exploring we got our driver to drop us at the bus station
and we jumped on a bus to Pacitan, a coastal destination. It was faster ...
... who had a small stale
who said potato as I passed. I was like, what potatoes! no rice yes please'
and I got fried potatoes and mushrooms, the closest to an English breakfast I'm
ever going to get it was good. I got more on the way out. After the underwhelming
temples we went to ...