Hotel Tugu Malang
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... located remarkably close to one another.
Borobudur was built in the eighth and ninth centuries, during the reign of the Buddhist Saliendra dynasty, which ruled central Java in that period. It is regarded as being one of the most magnificent Buddhist temples in the world, on a par with the much more famous Angkor Wat in Cambodia. It is notable for its intricate carvings, hundreds ...
... were already buzzing with people. No matter what time of the night it is there are always people sitting on plastic stools eating and people walking around......don't Asians ever sleep? The 8 hour's train journey was beautiful passing through jungle scenery, volcanoes, rice terraces, small villages and I really enjoyed the trip. I had paid for a soft seat so I was quite happy! Shame the windows were so grimey, it was like looking through thick fog. At ...
... phone just behind the hostels they happen 5 times a day and go for a pretty long time. To us it just sounds like chanting and singing though. We did a small tour walking around town looking at some of the things that were pointed out to us on the map. I was feeling absolutely awful and so we went back and ai slept while Melissa tried to find something for us to do the next day. We hung out the rest of the night in our bunk, just relaxing and playing ...
... but I don't remember it. I took a few photos of the dining room because it was rather special. The hotel seems to have gone with a Mediterranean look - with the drapes, the opera music (along with some other non-opera music). They were not crowded: only us in the dining room for breakfast, but 80 young women in pajamas on the grounds - I am not sure where they had their breakfast.
We drove down in the bus to our starting point ...
... The girl next to me got sick - and a part of my backpacks waist strap got covered in her vomit. Arrived in Wonosbo and a short bemo ride later, I was at my guesthouse - very nice place - where I got the backpack cleaned up and am now heading out for dinner. Why am I in Wonosobo - to visit the Djien Plateau - 28km away - temples and volcanic lakes. Whey Hey.