Duta Garden Hotel
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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 ...
... but I cannot take pictures of
them. An elderly women was trying to sell something in the hospital, she was
almost bent double under the things she carried on her back.
Today in the afternoon I received from one of the learners a
recipe for persistent coughing. One cup of lemon grass tea in the morning, in
the afternoon eat sawo fruit and at night drink sweet soya sauce with lime. If
I ever can find out what sawo is I might try ...
We got a taxi to the bus station and then caught the airport bus to Kuala Lumpur for our flight to Java. We boarded the Air Asia flight and after initially having to sit at pretty much opposite ends of the plane, we got seats next to each other. We both slept most of the way and as we landed in Yogyakarta (or Jogja to the locals), we groggily made our way through passport control. As we walked through the entrance a guy pointed to a booth with a 'Visa on Arrival $25 USD' ...
... souvenirs, and food. Our first stop was a mini-mart to buy some water. On the way out we were approached by a man who appeared to be the shop keeper. Very friendly, asking us where we were from. When we said we were from the US he exclaimed he had a sister in Boston and kept the conversation going. Then he asked if we knew about the art exhibit in town. It would only be there until 11am and we would have to hurry. He ...
... bean, caramelised), krupuk (kind of like prawn crackers) and sambol (fiery chilli condiment). Yum!
As well as its excellent cuisine, Yogyakarta is also known for its cultural heritage. A short trip out of the city and you can reach not one but two UNESCO World Heritage sites. Prambanan is a 9th century Hindu temple complex that the ticket tells me is the world's most beautiful of its kind. Borobudur, a Buddhist temple from the same era, ...