Crowne Plaza Semarang
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- Multilingual staff
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... help conserve and preserve this building. As we go toward the exit we look up to see a very dark sky and we hear a thunderous clap overhead, oh no maybe the rains have returned! We head back to the taxi dodging all manner of traffic on the way and jump in. Now we want to go to the old town, and we head off at speed. Now Lady Luck and the weather fairies seem to be with us as we head in to blue skies and sunshine, and so our wanderings continue.we get ...
... then we set off for the next temple via a silver jewellery making factory, somehow I came away with a new 92% silver filigree necklace - I hope! Next stop the Hindu Prambanan temple, where we had a very camp excitable guide. Again a place rebuilt many times due to earthquakes and eruptions, now only some of the 224 ruined temples have been rebuilt. There are the large temples to Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu. Local children here had been given assignments ...
Yogyakarta has a wonderful amount of street art. In parts of the city it is hard to walk a few steps without seeing some tag, some sickly character, some art piece or some face scrawled across an alleyway or wall.
When I saw the street art, I couldn't help but think that I was seeing someone's emotions, they cry against the world and of what there were perseved in time, on the walls. To see the build up of ...
... me always worry about it. i try the best of my study... on step more.. so be spirit.
ungaran is nice town, is smaller then semarang, here i can find many beautiful place to see, buddist temple, jungle, mountain, ricefiled, temple, waterfall, and many small traditional village.
i live together with ibu mariyati dan bapak warno, they so kind with me. i stay in quiet big house with 4 rooms, living room, dinning room, kitchen and bathroom. very quiet so good for study.
... the comical effect of ten groups of Japanese tourists all jumping repeatedly on the spot.
Finally, having seen enough, and fearing the rather heavy clouds overhead (Dan the ‘Rain God’ was arriving tomorrow so I wasn’t surprised) and that Tracy might adopt a cat that she found wandering the ruins, we returned to the taxi. Yet again the taxi driver scared the living daylights out of us through rush ...