Hotel Horison Semarang
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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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 ...
... obvious. Both islands have an abundance of rice-fields, now here is a real beauty between nature and man.
I have mixed, but good, feelings about the place. Some that cannot deny the deep and absolute beauty of the island even though like India it could use a clan up. if being in busy tourist attracting spots like the party palaces of Kuta with its equally lovely beach and heavily populated late night street-life is what one wants then there is ...
... pick me up and two other guests from Germany and Singapore. It still cold and dark this morning and i choose to sleep while the bus running to Borobudur Temple. This trip takes an hour without traffic jam as a bonus :-D.
Here we are in Borobudur Temple, driver ask me to follow him to pay for entrance fee without queue. There is different fare between Indonesian and Foreigner. For Indonesian only pay for IDR 30.000 and USD 20/IDR ...
... consists of 6 square bases topped by 3 circular ones. Each level has a different meaning from desire at the bottom up to paradise at the top. Buddhist do not believe in perfection and when someone reaches paradise in their life they will have to return to the beginning with the desire to change. On the top 3 levels there are lots of huge stupas and after taking many photos we admired the wonderful ...