Hotel Ibis Yogyakarta Malioboro
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... It would be the only booth that didn't have 30 other identical booth's all side by side selling the exact same things. I really don't know how they make any kind of living competing side by side like they do.
We arrived at the airport at around 9 am and ran into the usual throng of taxi drivers trying to hustle us. Rides to the city started out at 200,000 rupiah and after going through several negotiations decided to catch a local bus to the downtown ...
... television and reading magazines and honestly, it was impeccable and her pronunciation was spot on. We were also the tourist attracted on the boat as again the only westerns and both female, one of whom was blonde so we had a gaggle of school girls following us around. Once we were back on the bus we had to put up with the smell again and the creepy man but at around 10pm we stopped for dinner which was included in the price of our bus ticket. So off we unloaded into ...
... platforms and over 500 statues, this rivals Angkor Wat in terms of magnificence. It is the largest Buddhist site in the world, you could spend days trampling around and still not do it justice. We've been fortunate enough to see many amazing sites around the world and this is up there with the best of them. Oddly, the local tourists seemed more interested in taking photos of sweaty foreigners rather than the site itself!
Hot steamy days of temple climbing meant ...
... area, if this had been an alley in Vietnam god knows what we would have found. The hotel, 1001 Malam from LP, is fantastic, the rooms are on two floors all around a wonderful little courtyard and there is a terrace on the first floor. The room has AC, fan, tv and safe........this a big plus as there is also free tea and coffee from several areas around you just help yourself. Our room is on the ...
... really don't like having my photo taken anyway, and I'm quite shy in groups, so I was starting to feel pretty uncomfortable!
Eventually I'd had enough and I made a break for it and started making a beeline for the hotel. There were more girls behind me wanting their photo as all I could hear was "Miss, Miss... Excuse me Miss..." - but I had to pretend I couldn't hear them and headed for the security of our hotel! The perils of being famous in Java! ...