Hotel Horison Semarang
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Free parking
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..situated on the northern seaboard of Java / the capital city....gateway to other cities in Central Java. A former Dutch colony and many of those colonial buildings stand today. The "must see" attraction from this port - is to Borobudur ( 100km./2hr. drive) - to the unique Buddhist temple where ten massive stone terraces, each representing a different stage of enlightenment, topped by the Great Stupa is located. Its creation - without the use of modern technology remains a ...
... through the streets of Jember, we eventually happened upon the Ebiz hotel, near the university, which had the added appeal of an early breakfast, starting at 6am, which would mean that we could keep to our early starts and not have to get a breakfast box, which usually are inferior in their content to sticking around for the real deal. At 5.55am therefore, we duly presented ourselves at the hotel's top floor restaurant area ready for ...
... rode bikes, danced and did tricks. The man beat a drum and I felt sorry for the monkey on his chain as the performance was constant, no rest. But that's Asia for you. The good thing about the centre was that it had a shop with free internet so I was able to do some research at long last. To no avail really. Java was proving very difficult to organise anything and all I was coming up with was blanks. The intentions and ideas were there but without transportation ...
... dried, cleaned and fussed over, and to be honest they seemed to be enjoying all the attention. Soon we attract the attention of n old man who starts chatting away nineteen to the dozen, unfortunately we don't understand a word of it, but he points up and he is talking about the buildings around us. Again sadly in a poor state of repair but you can imagine the grace and beauty of this part of town in its prime. Onward we go in to a street market, but this ...
... petrified faces of the passengers telling the story.
It’s no longer a surprise,
To see an oncoming driver’s eyes,
As we ride to our demise,
Will we ever again see the sun rise?
On a Bus, In Indonesia
We swerve, we screech,
The horn does not beep,
We move around in our seats,
Will we end up in a heap?
On a bus, In Indonesia