Dusun Jogja Village Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hindered by Joe and Ange’s tomfoolery she did a great job.
Back on the pony cart for the ride back to the bus stop then onto the bus for the 40 min journey back to Marlioboro Street in Yogya as we were getting picked up at the losmen for a 1 hr trip up to Borobudur. A fairly boring ride to Borobudur to be honest, but very comfortable in our minivan and we arrived at the Lotus II losmen at 6ish and were greeted by the very friendly Eric who us showed to our enormous ...
... we start at the Sultans palace (12.5k entrance fees plus 1k for camera) where we see a dance show by traditional Indonesian people, they do a story and this finishes at 12. The palace is not that grand there are some interesting items in the musuem too.
Then we go see an art gallery that uses the local batick techniques with wax, lovely paintings but we didn't buy any. The next stop is the water castle the entrance fee is 15k this was a lovely site ...
... goreng as well.
Then our car was heading to Borobudur temple. Our driver said that we could go to Dowa as it was not far. We decided to have a look and shop the famous crochet bags from Yogya. I bought three bags while Maurin spent about 5 bags! The Japanese girls didn't shop.
The Borobudur impressed our Japanese friend. Even the ticket for foreigners is USD 20 while local people like Maurin and me just paid around USD 3. ...
... upper three are circular, with the upper levels consisting of seventy-two stupas - it is the largest Buddhist temple complex in the world.
We know that temples aren't everyone's cup of tea, but this one is simply brilliant. It's history is interesting, in that it was abandoned for a reason that hasn't been determined yet, how it was found by the British is fascinating and the size of it is mind-blowing; for us it justified the whole trip to ...
... br> After Borobudur we are driven to a smaller temple, Candi Mendut which is thought to have been built as a marker for finding the way to Borobudur. It also was the first temple in Indonesia to be restored and has some great reliefs and an upright sitting Buddha which is quite unusual.
After the temples we snooze and have a relaxing day of bakery, shopping and strumming (over the torrential rain) with some Skype time thrown in for good measure.
The next day we were ...