Duta Garden Hotel
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... station and i found myself a room pretty quickly. Jogja is probably the most touristy location i've been to in Indonesia thus far. It's seen as the cultural hub of the country and is famous for it's art and sculptures as well as several Buddhist temples in the region. I had the usual wander about and some information hunting that evening, just to get my bearings and to ponder over possible attractions to see and do during my stay here. I spent the next ...
... Trying to avoid a tout taking us To a puppet Work shop. At this point Sarah was dying from eat and walking, even a flowerpot ice cream couldn't satisfy her so we set about in search of food. Thankfully we found a stall selling mei Ayam for 6,000RDI a bowl, it was delicious, fed, watered and pointed in the direction of a town even further away we set Off for yet more exploring. We found Our way to yet another backpacker area and decided that we should set about booking our ...
... and I was finally getting there. My parents had been there many years ago and the images left an impression on me. Borobudur is a large Buddhist temple, built in the 9th century, depicting the many lives of Buddha as he ascends to Nirvana. There are sculptures and reliefs along the exterior walls and when you reach the top, stone stupas that each hold a statue of Buddha inside. The whole complex was extensively restored by UNESCO during the late 70s and ...
... over to Borobudur. The temple was amazing. We were able to walk up the stairs to the top of the temple. But on the way where other levels, some that went all away around, the walls were filled with carvings depicting stories and lessons. It was magnificent!
We purchased sunset viewing tickets, as the gates close at 5pm, and it will always be one of my favorite memories. As ...
... hippo in a huge area, you also had huge snakes in tiny glass boxes and sun-bears on a litter strewn concrete island. It was all very sad and made me realise just how good Bristol zoo really is.
Having researched a lot, and spoken to other travellers, we decided that the temples of Prambanan were not worth the time to us. Although beautiful, they are very similar to the temples of Angkor in Cambodia, and had been damaged severely in the 2010 earthquake, meaning you can ...