Hotel New Saphir Yogyakarta
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... looked at all the lovely ladies there. He made his decision, then threw a rose to one of the servants and gave a sign. The servant then knew which lady has to go to the other side of the tower, so the sultan can meet her. From here you all know the story I think!
The water palace has also different parts, it was a really beautiful place to see, walk around, and I even saw a woman making the famous batik! I pretended to try it, but it is an insanely patience requiring art but it ...
... bus". I followed his gaze out of the window to the bus next to us: A very comfortable bus, with inclining, big comfy seats. Hmmm...too late, we will all have to deal with this, cannot be too bad.
But I was wrong! This was the worst bus ride I ever did. The driver was insane, and I realy wished I was more religious, so I could pray to some god for our safe arrival. There is no speed limit in Indonesia and the driver gave it all. We flew over pot holes and in curves, no need to ...
... sup> centuries Buddhism was the dominant faith of Indonesia, and this was its greatest temple complex. Borobudur is not a typical temple, in the sense that the structure is actually solid, built into and around a large hill, and it has no real temple area within it. Instead, it is a unique pedagogic tool, unparalleled in world religious architecture.
Borobudur is an ongoing series of lessons on Buddhism, somewhat akin to the stained glass windows in a ...
... Once arrived at the Prambanan temple complex all foreigners must go trough a "special" entrance to go inside the complex. Later at the Borobudur temple complex there was also the same entrance there. The difference is only the price which is 5 times higher than the ones the local people pays. We cheated a bit actually. The price for students was only 2 times higher sow Ralph showed his student card and we get ...
Sitting in a little coffee place in Jogja (as locals call Yogyakarta) and waiting for a plane to Kuala Lumpur. What do I think of Indonesia after spending a month in here? From only the fraction of the country I saw- it's mostly friendly country with loads to see/do. A country which sometimes will teach you am unexpected lesson of being happy with what you have. A country in which a complete stranger will go out of their ways to help you without you even asking for help. A ...