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A early start today, our tour leaves the ship at 7.30am. We are heading to a coffee plantation followed by a train journey in an old steam train through the lush tropical landscape of rural Central Java.
As we disembarked we were greeted by Indonesian musicians and beautiful dancers welcoming us to Semarang.
There were 4 coaches going first to the plantation and then the railway journey, and another 3 coaches doing the same trip but in reverse. As the coaches ...
... that i have to buy train ticket to Malang town. Then i walk to Indomaret but unfortunately, this supermarket doesn't sell ticket for tonight. If we would like to buy train ticket at least 24 hours before. I walk back to the homestay and tell Pak Tono that i don't get the ticket. Pak Tono offer me to go direct to Tugu train station by motorbike. It takes around 1 hour and half to be there and we drive in the middle of the rain. It's big rain ...
... be made up, especially after a few beers so we went to Borobuder (the largest Buddhist temple in the world), Motorbiked up Mt Merapi (A really active volcano) and went to Parabannan (A hench Hindu temple) in one day. Turns out this guy is for real and we are proper lucky. Today we just explored some place in the mountains half way up central Java and did some fly fishing with some locals and then ...
... to pop in and take a look what was showing inside. Once inside, the empty auditortium was show a video clip about Borobudur! The informative video explains the carvings in the temple, the stories behind the carvings and the proper way to visit the temple. At this moment, my friend and I were like "geezzz we should have seen this before hitting the temple". It became apparent to us what the carvings meant, and our suspicion of the story of buddha was confirmed. I was thinking ...
... to run well, there are times when we must be patient,
to feel a sense of worry, and most importantly, we can live it with passion and despair.
I contemplate it
on a bus.
Finally we arrived. And a happy
ending on this day, there was a male
student who fell
asleep on a bus. When we were
up, he never
woke up. Then ...