Hotel Ibis Yogyakarta Malioboro
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... around the city. As well as taking pictures of anything i deemed worthy of a photo, the main attraction i saw was the Sultan's Palace, also known as the Keraton. Its design is supposed to reflect the cosmos according to Javanese beliefs. Completed in the late 18th century, everything from the courtyards to the trees and even the direction in which entrances and exits face, have a symbolic meaning relating to the Javanese view of the world. Despite the ...
... remembering the earlier You book train tickets the better) and working out how To get to Borobudur. Content with our choices we began to walk the seemingly straight road back to our room. One inappropriate display of genitalia, 4 freshly cooked spring rolls, half an hour of losing our way down back streets and finding our selves in gang 3, 6km walk and very dirty feet later we arrived At our rooms and rewarded ourselvesWith a bintang beer. I don't think Sarah will ever let me win the bartering ...
... it got more and more quiet and I felt like I was the only one there (with Chris of course). We watched the clouds roll over the mountain, the sun set lower and lower every minute. The Muslim prayers started and they were soon surrounding us. The sun set, we sat in darkness, and then walked back to the hotel.
An absolutely amazing experience that I felt so lucky to be able to have ...
... to three or four of them. All making for an undoubtedly wonderful day, just not one for us. We therefore decided that the final place we would visit would be Borobudur, the largest single buddhist temple in Indonesia. All over Jogja there were tour agencies selling very expensive bus tickets to the site, especially for sunrise. After having spoken to a lot of other tourists about their experiences at Borobudur, and comparing our various options, we decided that we would attempt to ...
... I placed over each drainpipe in my room. Hopefully that will keep new crawlers and creepers away tonight. Our 3 rooms have already a working AC.
I almost have filled 2 pages now I only have to find Internet and I can post this blog.
The shower has warm water but apparently nobody used it as it is positioned in such a way that the ceiling and the opposite wall get really wet. With a bit of wriggling I got the thing out of the wall and enjoyed a nice shower. ...