Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta
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... sharing their special problems.
One example is the midwife that told us about the way the umbilical cord is
closed after home deliveries. Some piece of not clean string is often used.
Together we sought a solution. As they do use sterile instruments (boiled) I
advised them to add to the pot a few pieces of string, I think this was
Friday morning at 4 we were in a big bus that left around
4.30 to get to a place for lunch ...
... to get one! With a little over £10 in Malaysian currency on us, and the fact they didn’t accept card we were stuck. Just as we started to explain our situation to the border control an Austrian women turned up and she was in the same situation, no visa and no cash. In the end one of the Air Asia staff vouched for us, and the Austrian lady and I were escorted through border control to an ATM whilst Laura stayed behind to ensure we didn’t do a runner. After ...
... to Malioboro Street. It always started the same and everyone had either a sister, brother or uncle in a different US city. I’m sure European and Australian cities were at the ready for use as needed. It became predictably comical. But it’s sad that this is what greets tourists. Again, it was another less than sincere attempt to part people from their money. We were beginning to think all of Indonesia had ...
... When one woman thrust her young child in my arms, I'm not sure who was more surprised, me or the poor boy. But when she then threw her arms around my waist, it was my rather perplexed expression that the camera captured.
Our trip to the temples took us to some examples further from the tourist trail. These hidden temples, along with Prambanan and Borobudur, lay largely unknown for centuries until they were unearthed by European ...