Dusun Jogja Village Inn
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... That's the excuse I'm sticking too anyway). While Pooja was floating down to the beach, the rest of us took many pics of ourselves and each other before driving down to meet her. We spent a few hours waiting for the sunset, playing in the sea (fully clothed) and of course, taking many pics until the rain came ruining the moment! Our penultimate destination of the day was to a karaoke place where we hired a room for an hour where the others sang beautiful ...
... provide us with some good things; initially we walked down Marlioboro Street which is famous for its shopping and has developed in to a back packer area - very busy and plenty of touts. Later in the journey we passed a branch of one of the banks at which we could use the ATM to pay our flights, they promptly advised that it was only customers with cards from their bank that could use their machines to do so and this would be the same for the other fifteen banks listed. We then ...
magical setting and we relaxed and felt I dunno in our own little fairy tale
world. We bought expensive ballet tickets because we never buy expensive
tickets in England and here they were cheaper than our cheap tickets in
England. Everything and everyone about the theater was well presented it ...
... bit but didn't think the town was as great as lonely planet said, so we went for breakfast at... McDonald's! Haha. It was full of locals eating fried chicken and rice, but we enjoyed our egg mcmuffins and hash browns!!! Naughty! :-/ we spent the day shopping a and met our new friends for dinner. The next day we had planned to go to the Kraton, which is the palace but as we were getting ready to ...
... sharing their special problems.
One example is the midwife that told us about the way the umbilical cord is
closed after home deliveries. Some piece of not clean string is often used.
Together we sought a solution. As they do use sterile instruments (boiled) I
advised them to add to the pot a few pieces of string, I think this was
Friday morning at 4 we were in a big bus that left around
4.30 to get to a place for lunch ...