Dusun Jogja Village Inn
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... CS. A really lovely quiet couple entertained us at a special vegetarian restaurant. Irma is the tiniest lady I have ever seen. And her voice so quiet and sincere. We shared a lot about CS experiences. Home and met other CS Erma to say goodbye. Such a lovely host for 4 days.
Arrive in Taipei and met by our lovely CS friend Charla.
But my bag hasn't arrived. Said they will send it to Charla's when it comes!!!
Today cold and wet, but next days will be hot
... around, go to the toilet, etc. So, that is now our favourite mode of transportation (today, that is) Yogyakarta is a busy, busy city, although still not one of the biggest in Java. We've come to know it quite well over the past few days. Anywhere we've ventured, we've gone on public transportation. It costs us 36 cents each for a one way ticket. Not a bad deal at all. Another option is horse and cart - although I think ...
To get to Yojakarta we leave Bandung at 7am on an 8 hour train.
The train is a scenic journey with lots of paddy fields and mountains. Executive class was pretty nice lots of room and even charging sockets at each window seat. The seats reclined toi and were comfy.
From the train station we are picked up and go to the hotel which is twenty minutes away, the Hotel Rosela has a pool so that is where we go, and after a cold shower (the ...
... of the death of a family member at home and also travelled to Yogyakarta in order to get a flight home.
All of this meant that for the rest of the week there were just eight riders that set off each morning, from the original list of seventeen that first left Medan over a month ago.
... was hilarious especially when the men tried to revive her.
The roads to our next “hotel” were good and the landscape very interesting, cacao trees (also called chocolate trees) and coffee bushes mountains (volcanoes apparently) and a great sunset.
Our sleeping place is this time a brand-new hospital guesthouse, the plastic is still on the beds. Huge cockroaches and a guard only inhabit the place. He agreed to look for camphor ...