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... is falling hard and fast,
Yet the bus keeps racing past,
****! We’re going really fast,
Will this journey be our last?
On a bus, in Indonesia,
We calm ourselves by eating biscuits,
Behind the driver as our lives are risked,
Has there ever been a trip as scary as this?
In shock and Oreos we sit,
On a Bus, In Indonesia.
The relief was apparent at the speed of which ...
... shadows, they were painted in bright colours. The guide explained that this was to allow the puppeteer to distinguish the characters from each other in the dim light of night shows. Just to understand, the puppet show involves over 150 characters.
We then visited the Museum of Modern Indonesian Art which seems to have originated in the 40's with a display of ceramics and paintings from major Indonesian artists.
All this ...
... and impressive stupas. All around the sides the carvings tell the story of the Ramanaya, one of the most important legends in Hindu mythology. It is amazing to see the delicate carvings, mainly still sharp in their reliefs after 1,000 years. We gradually climbed higher.. Around the top of the temple, apart from the large central stupa there are many others with square openings in them. Inside each one is a statue of Buddha. The view ...
... to relax with resort, you can reach Anyer beach (20 kms from Merak). No taxi service available from Merak to Anyer, but you can hire the local public transport car ( Ankot ), around 15-20 USD or if you are alone, you can use the bike service ( Ojek ), max 10 USD. Other best way is to get down at Cilegon ( a small town before Merak ) and take public transport or hire a vehicle to reach ...
... go through, if he wants to ascend from human desires to Nirwana (spiritual awakening). Each platform represents one stage of enlightenment. Unfortunately, not all of the 6 lower platforms were open for public, preventing the visitors to complete the ascension. Actually, most of the visitors went straight up to the upper levels, just for the stunning views. This evening again we watched the sun set over ...