Hotel Sanur Indah
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... though. Yogyakarta Atmosphere - 3 Heritage - 4 Expense - 3 Entertainment - 3 Accessibility - 3 Overall - 3.2 Comments - A world away from Jakarta the city appeared welcoming and with plenty to do for tourists. The natural heritage spots around the city compliment the religious differences in Indonesia and are beautiful to look around. There's plenty more we didn't do here but three nights would be ...
... what I ate as it was good. Nasi Canphur I think, chicken andTofu of all things something I wouldn't touch with a barge pole usually but this was good. Also entree of Vietnamese spring rolls with prawns....MMMMMM
Then back to Maria's for a nightcap of gin and tonic and staggered out to the street and home where it is pouring rain and the roof is leaking on me.
Sorry about the bad taste story of the surfers family being cremated with him but I could't resist. #sorryboutit
... We found that the bell tolls at 7AM on Sundays. We forgive them.
Our checked backpacks arrived but unfortunately they must have been left in the rain on the tarmac in Brisbane. So, we hung up everything we owned to dry and went to the hotel restaurant for dinner since we didn't have Indonesian Rupiahs yet.
Thank goodness for internet. Travel is so much easier when you can look up exchange rates, locate ATM’s, maps of your area ...
... green as you can get, but they were still as beautiful. The rice fields like I described you find further out of the towns, where there is lots of space, the ones I visited were much smaller, and pretty much in the town. The path led for ages, winding up the side of the fields, on and on, until eventually I got to the other side and met the road. I turned and walked back. The further you walked the less people there became, until ...
... news that we had received an upgrade to a room worthy of an Arabian prince. The swimming pool right outside made it tempting to withdraw there FOREVER. However, as it so advertises, it was a short walk from the city centre which allowed us, free from the constraints of a 2-wheeler people carrier, to explore the town. It was here that we walked through the 'Monkey Forrest'. I had been a little wary, knowing the Asian tendency to mistreat ...