Hotel Ibis Yogyakarta Malioboro
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... Adele and Sam Smith) we went to our final destination... An ice cream place which had come highly reccomended.... However, after a few disappointing tasters I settled for a scoop of strange tasting vanilla with some chocolate m&m type toppings. Me and Pooja munched on our sweet treats before enjoying a fried rice based dinner. Yesterday we had to get up early again as there was a multi-school academic competition which included an English speaking competition, where ...
... Indomart that advised their systems weren't working and were giving up hope until we passed a third near our accommodation. The system was working and we navigated our way around in Indonesian to where we expected to pay...but there was an error. Apparently if you select to pay at a store you have to do it within five hours of booking - amazing! Thankfully we were near our accommodation so were able to check in to this cute little place and get on the wifi to rebook. Destined to not ...
Next morning we briefly visited a rural village and met with workers ina local snack factory and a tofu factory. Then we set out for the colossal Prambanan Temple, which UNESCO calls "one of the great Hindu monuments in the world."
We approached the sacred site from the east, passing the small Hindu temple of Mendut to Sambisari temple, a Hindu temple constructed in the 9th century. Undiscovered until ...
... Next we tried out our pottery skills with the guidance of a very patient and helpful villager. I kept coming up with the standard shape of an ashtray, a quick glance at a shelf proved others before me were limited to the same design. Lea managed to produce some sort of oversized egg holder perhaps for soft boiled ostrich eggs? I doubt we'd get a single Ruppiah for our products. The last stop for the day entailed lunch with a local ...
... nice washrooms and a place to sit in the shade. There was also a lot of built up tourist stores, restaurants (that all had the same big prices) and peddlers. All in all, something I expected in Asia.
That afternoon I travelled with George and the learning assistant guide to the sultan's palace. At the entrance I got mobbed by a few different groups- one was a group of young women with very large cameras who couldn't seem to get enough pictures of my hair (I ...