Hotel Ibis Yogyakarta Malioboro
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... vibe but classier and really flippin good food and drink... and were not ashamed to say that we did not eat anywhere else for dinner for the duration of our 5 night stay in Yogya... Sometimes when you find somewhere so good, you think why bother going anywhere else when you'll just be disappointed afterwards. It had a great variety of Indonesian dishes as well as western comforts cooked properly, so it got our stamp of approval and we stayed put.
... songs... Being the first time singing karaoke sober and having a terrible singing voice, I wanted to pick an easy song but none of my choices seemed to be there... After a while and lots of "sing sam, sing!" I went for a Queen song (breakthru)... And you know when you choose a song that nobody really cares for and lose interest?... That happened and again with the next song (Blink 182) and the next (who doesn't like ABBA?!)... Anyway, a couple of low energy songs ...
... I found out that I could work on the computer while I am in
the car, this is great as I have every day a lot of hours on the roads. To look
at rice fields is interesting but not for 5 hours a day.
Thursday, after teaching from 9 to 2 we drove 7 hours to
Solo where I had 1 very short night we left at 04.00. The teaching was very
special as people from the community were invited to attend the lectures in the
hospital. They were ...
... it but Laura said to him, ‘nah we don’t need one, it’s just like Malaysia, they’ll just stamp it for us’ this didn’t seem to work and he pointed again. Laura was adamant we didn’t need one so to double check we weren’t being scammed we consulted the guidebook. We quickly flicked through the pages until we hit the introduction section to Java. All it said was ‘Visa: Complicated (page 326)’ After reading page 326 ...
... eager to get us to go in that direction but we had other plans. Then we remembered that Anjar warned us about a syndicate scam and promises of an art exhibit designed to lure tourists to a high priced gallery. When we passed the mini-mart again the same man approached us and offered to take us there so we wouldn’t miss the 11am closing. This same scam, orchestrated in the same way happened to us about 6 times in our 4 ...