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... speak of. Had it not been for an overkeen tout trying to get me on a tour for the following day I may have just walked past it. Fortunately the place I ended up opting for was more than acceptable. The double bed they insisted on squeezing in my room somewhat dwarfed the rest of it and left very little floor space. Still it was clean, colourful and modernish and I again would be able to help myself to as much lukewarm tea as I could get my hands on.
I have ...
... weight of bags and people. We crawled around hair-pins and up through the single tracked roads of the East Javan countryside. A dense jungle like vegetation whizzed past the bus window and you could just about make out the 150 year old 'rich Mahogany' trees beyond the condensation of the buses' windows, I bet they would make excellent furniture. There was a real wealth of different floura and fauna, along with a remarkable array of fruits too and I felt like I was in a set of 'Jurassic ...
... Balitung, serving as a depiction of his deified self after death. The present name Prambanan, was derived from the name of Prambanan village where the temple stood, this name probably being the corrupted Javanese pronunciation of "Para Brahman" ("of the brahmins"), doubtless an echo its heyday when the temple was filled with great numbers of brahmins.
The temple compound was expanded by successive Mataram kings such as Daksa and ...
... tent, we saw: Mount Sindoro smiled sweetly at us, delivered the message of the beauty of the world.
We sat watching Mount Sindoro and having our breakfast.
At 7.30 am we were ready to climb the summit.
We left our porters in Pos 3 to keep the tents and stuff.
We walked with some drinks and snacks as needed.
The journey from Pos 3 to the summit was so enjoyable. Beautiful scenery, cool breeze of air, the sun shone so bright, ...
... to the zoo…
It’s not completely unjustified, we’d seen what Yogya was like and hadn’t had the chance to skip over to ‘Komodo island’ as we’d hoped (where Sir Attenborough first filmed the Dragons in 1953) so we decided to opt for the poor second of seeing the Komodos who are successfully breeding at the Gembira Loka Zoo. It had a small amount of cramped cages but on the whole it was spacious and had some really ...
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