Duta Garden Hotel
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... i odmawiający zapłaty. Niejednokrotnie doświadczysz sceny rodem z bajkowego Ratatouille gdy wielki szczur niespiesznie wyspaceruje z kuchni (zapewnie żeby sprawdzić czy klientom smakuje posiłek). Planując jakakolwiek podróż w Indonezji należy pamietać, że dystans ma tutaj zupełnie nowy wymiar. 100 km to przynamniej 3 godzinną podróż autobusem (lub 7 godzin na Bali z niekończącymi ...
... some of the story of the latter to me as that night I went back to Prambanan to see a "ballet" Javanese-style of the story. The full epic should take 8 hours but fortunately we got a 2-hr abridged version. When I asked for a synopsis the Indonesian lady sitting next to me said it was an Asian version of Romeo & Juliet. There are two star-crossed lovers but also Monkey Kings, Giants, magic arrows, and all sorts of other weird ...
... an awesome time as did Shelley and Janet. Great shopping, great laughs. We would have liked another day or so here as we didn't get to see the Sultan's Castle or the Water Castle and several other sites. Early rise tomorrow for our 9 hour public bus trip to the Seloliman Nature Reserve.
Fun Fact: Toilet paper is non-existent in public washrooms. Bring your own or do as the Indonesians do, wipe with your left hand. Left for wiping, right for eating, shaking hands, everything else.
... As one went up, you learnt more about how he helped others and his reincarnations as animals. Finally u reached the level where square base gave way to a circular form and where there were many "bells" thathouses diff Buddhas. Those with triangular holes at the bottom and square holes the higher u went. The largest bell on top was empty - not sure if left intentionally or not. There was one unfinished Buddha found in the museum that could have been meant for ...
Happy Anniversary Dum and Mad (the folks), 34 years today.
We met at 8.30am for another walking tour. We visited the Water Palace, where it was very temping not to take a dip. We walked the local backstreets and walked back past the Sultan Palace which was heaving with people. We then arrived at a huge market. I'm not sure what it is with tour guides, ...