The Jayakarta Yogyakarta Hotel & Spa
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... road and our budget still looking okay we've started to spend a little bit more on accommodation- in Indonesia a few quid extra gets you some bloody nice hotels, it feels rude not to!
***The computer was playing up when we uploaded these photos so sadly you get no "witty" titles this time, sorry!
... bus to the temple called Borobudur. This one was amazing!!! When we got there, it actually took us about 45 minutes before we could start walking around, as we were accosted by groups of school children. They had a little exercise to complete in that they asked us questions in English - i.e. our name, our age, our country, our hobbies. They were so cute (some photos of these kids will be attached). Then they said "Thank ...
... This time a wedding. The glitz and decoration reminded me a little of an Indian wedding, and both the bride and groom looked very glam. The ceremony started with them walking slowly towards each other before taking a seat on the stage and kneeling in front of each others parents. A song or two later, some entertainers, apparently from an Islamic TV channel, did some comedic chatting before getting the bride and groom to do what I assume were the vows to ...
... temple, they called this the sunrise tour but sun was up already and we had 1 hours drive to get there. We paid 240k entrance fees plus 100k for transportation. Breakfast was provided by the hotel to take away.
On arrival we are given a token to enable us to get a drink and a coffee is required this early In the morning. A tour guide is also included, we spend an hour with him but not really understanding his English.
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... but we seemed to be the only people rattling around in it.
Wednesday evening we stayed in a hotel in Wonosobo that used to be the lodgings for Dutch army officers in the region. It was full of high-vaulted ceilings, ornate wooden fixtures and even had a proper bar and happy hour!
Finally we ...