Dusun Jogja Village Inn
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It was quite a long journey from Bandung to Yogyakarta (abreveated to Jogja (The "Y" are pronounced as "J")). Again, the train left and arrived bang on time. It's much quicker and more comfortable than the bus, though a little bit more expensive if economy class is fully (which it generally is), meaning you have to travel first or business class. The main street that caters to foreigners is Jalan Malioboro. Luckily this was less than 5 minutes walk from ...
... we could Cover ourselves with suitable clothing to protect us from the sun and be respectful of the Muslim religion. Satisfied With my weak at best argument, we set out for the Kraton where it transpired The Danish prime minister was also taking a tour. Set inside the old town walls the sultans palace was lavishly decorated With gold and red colouring, more spectacular perhaps was the Water palace that acted as his Playground for 'pleasures'. We came about this accidentally on ...
... on the motorbike we got stuck in the heaviest rain I've ever experienced. The engine got flooded and we had to pull in a number of times to dry it out. Andang also brought me on a rural village hike, where I sampled local dishes, walked through rice paddies and got a massage from an elderly local man!
After Central Java, it was a comfortable train ride to Yogyakarta (Yogya/Jogjakarta/Jogja). The main reason I stopped off in Indonesia was to see ...
... Why does it even exist?! So, so sad.
We weren't expecting it to be like that,I guess that's why expectations aren't the best...
We schemed possible scenario's on how to let the animals free as we walked towards the Sultan's Palace. We eventually realized we wouldn't make it on time if we didn't take a Bajaj. So we hopped in one and arrived a bit later than we would have liked. So we quickly walked around, read some history fact's in the museums, and ...
... Dieng Plateau which was recommended to us by Tomas back in Welly, so we’re going to chill here for a few nights. We met a lovely French couple and a Kiwi and got chatting the usual traveller chat…Hannah was feeling a bit crook after the soya bean incident, so the others went on an adventure to find some dinner which turned out to be a locals only, plastic chair jobby round the corner.
What a fantastic day though – feels like we have crammed so much ...