Hotel Horison Semarang
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... appeared. I was starving and spotted the huge restaurant so I asked if I could get some food? The lady spoke no English but understood my gestures and couldn't have been any pleasanter so I took a seat as requested and waited and waited! Eventually she brought me a bowl of what only could be described as snot. "Sweet green pea porridge" was what she told me and it had the consistency of glue. I ate half but even though I was hungry my taste buds were ...
... It was here I decided to continue a tradition started by the lovely June. In Thailand she bought beautiful fans and gave them as gifts to people on board. I was so thrilled with mine, that I decided it would be a lovely thing to continue. As luck would have it there was Lucy, she was selling fans for an extortionate amount of money, so we begin negotiations, and I agree to meet her when I leave the temple. To the temple itself, it was most definitely ...
... The temple had become covered with a mix of volcanic ash and overgrown with bushes and trees before a major restoration project. It is truly awesome! The temple has seven layers equating to the 7 circles towards Nirvana. The first 6 tiers or terraces are square and carved with bas-reliefs of various buddhist stories including the birth and life of Gautama, the Buddha. In these tiers, the large Buddhas are all in open niches. The top 3 tiers are circular ...
... in this restaurant are cheap and delicious. The famous one is Sego Kucing with just IDR 3.000 a serve which contain of rice, fish and slices of fried egg. Dinner's done in 2 hours then Intan drop me to Tugu train station, big rain here but I have to go. Tonight, i will go to Malang town. Arrived at the train station 3 hours earlier than schedule but no problem because it's better than late :D. I would like to keep my bag in daycare goods but unlucky ...
... must feel like when fans approach them asking for a picture. After about 30mins we managed to get away and explore the temple by ourselves away from the crowds of school children. As we headed back to where we were parked we walked past groups of hawkers selling mainly the same assortment of **** but there was something that caught matt's eye which happened to be a blowgun which he got all excited about until I ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking