The Jayakarta Yogyakarta Hotel & Spa
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... cuisine description: Has influence reflects regional, ethnic, Chinese, Middle Eastern, Indian, and Western influences. Major staples in cuisine include fish (particularly in the more mountainous regions), rice, eggs, etc.
Traditional dress descriptions: Males dress with a Batik shirt w/ black+brown teflon long pants, females dress with a Batik Kebaya/long dress.
Famous sites of country: The National Monument, Prambanan, Mt. ...
... my bag and there was one mack left for Vicky to buy as we braved the weather. We did get absolutely soaked from hip to toe which wasn't made any better by the road which our guesthouse was on flooding and turning in to a river! We think this was on purpose due to the large grids spanning the width of the road but it didn't help us when walking! After we dried off we pretty much went to bed, sticking the TV on for James Bond - Moonraker to help us drift off. 17th December 2014 Having ...
... got on the transfer and they gave us our train tickets I realized we were
paying a lot, the train was only 55000, *******s and all the other tourist had
a similar reaction unsurprisingly there were no Indonesians on our transfer.
There was a girl from Holland we had met in Bogor and liked so that was nice
unlike the train. The train was possible worse than the bus. The seats faced
eachother so you had no leg room and they had no ...
... decide where to spend my time considering all of the choices. There are so many islands that you can visit just to see wildlife alone, not to mention the culture, surfing, trekking, food, etc. Each island is famous for something unique, whether it's Komodo dragons, orangutans, you get the point...
I decided to visit Bali because of all the hype, Lombok because it is supposedly what Bali used to be before it became overly touristy, and Java because it is the heart of ...
... to be the former royal garden of Sultan of Yogyakrata. I think what we visited was the central bathing complex. However, i was quite disappointed with this place.
It is not as huge as you think it is as compared to the other attractions i went earlier. However, you can take your time to slowly explore this place. There are some handicraft stores but i don't think the stuff they sell are cheap ...