Hotel New Saphir Yogyakarta
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... The detail on every piece of stonework, like Angkor Wat, was something to behold. You could have spent forever looking at each piece of what was basically intricate artwork and working out what the story they were telling was. To think this was being created in what we narrowly define as "The Dark Ages" shows how limited our interpretation of history is. Oh, we also think we found the inevitable drug reference and took a picture of the carving where a man ...
... milk), bread and jam and a small plate of fruit. The bananas are good, smaller and sweeter than ours at home. The temple did not disappoint, it was huge and you could walk to the top which provided an amazing view. As we took photos it became clear the Indonesian children had quite a fascination with both of us, we had lots of groups ask to take photos and kept noticing people taking sneaky pictures or pointing. It felt a bit like what being famous must feel ...
... in a moment. It is also a serious mistake to miss Jogja: Boroudur and Prambanan are well worth seeing, and it is a jumping off point for most of the rest of Java, which has some fantastic sights. We likely would have also skipped Java had it not been for me happening to see the name of Borobudur which triggered ancient memories of Mr. Farquhar's 9th grade world history class. A quick Google search returned some amazing pictures, and after reading ...
... out of the bag and carried them with us, 2 in my purse, 2 in Martin's hands. We had made it about 30 seconds into the forest when a monkey climbed Martin trying get our orange Powerade from him. He managed to keep it, but we were now aware that they will steal anything. We continued walking through the forest, visiting a temple and walking along the river with a couple other monkeys showing interest in our orange drink, none of them seemed to ...
... we had an excellent meeting with S the head of Yakkum, S my guide and protector and me. We clarified the goals and schedule of my teaching. We came up with a name of the mobile unit and started to think about the program for this unit. The name is Sahabat Sehat & Tangguh (Friend for Staying Healthy and Resilient), as the name is really long it was decided to call it eSSTuTi that means the beautiful, aSStuTi is also a song that is very well known here. ...