Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta
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After a series of 3 flights we touched down in the art city of Yogyakarta. It's clear there is a different pace here than Malaysia and a noticeable increase in poverty. Lea was astounded by the number of motorbikes, scooters, rickshaws, and even horses pulling carts in this busy metropolis. All of them packed in weaving in and out of traffic like a school of noisy fish. It's a wonder there aren't more accidents other than the odd handlebar ...
This entry shall be of the journey to Yogyakarta and the attractions I saw while there, plus the miscellaneous stuff. The second part will be all the street art I collected.
Now the group was split on how to get to Yogyakarta from Pangandaran. Most wanted to take the slightly faster train option, which was offered to them but they had to pay for the difference between the van and the train. The remaining 4 of us took the longer bus journey- I did because ...
... My fave place if learning. Read through a book chronicling how they had to clean up the Borobudur by hand after the volcano ashes covered the place. And as we went on to city, we saw more and more destruction created by the most active volcano in the world - mt merapi.
We then checked out and headed to jogja city. Most Attractions closed 2-3pm so we spend the rest of the day shopping and eating at Malioboro street which was a 10-15 mins walk from our ...
... a free afternoon so I laid by the pool and topped up the tan. I tried to abuse their internet and download some TV and upload some pictures but it wasn’t having any of it.
I got ready for dinner and made a last minute decision to put leggings on under my dress. Good job too as we were sitting on the floor. We were taken to Milas Restaurant, which ...