Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta
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... and Steph asked 10 students 10 questions each, and then listened to them make a short speech before giving them marks... Pooja had to leave as she had to finish a last couple of things before flying to Mumbai, once she left, Steph asked to leave to do other stuff, so I was left behind, having many many pics taken buy the kids... I felt like a celebrity! After a little while I was asked to present the trophy to the top three winners of the English competition ...
... I suppose, it turns out we couldn't rebook as we already had a reservation for the flight, but we couldn't pay for our reservation as we had missed the time frame. A considerably calm call to Lion Air customer services later and we were rebooked under a different reference number with Vicky's name changed in order - we were assured this would be fine. It may have been had it not been spelled Leight - another booking later and we finally had a reference to take back to Indomart. ...
... style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">nice. The theater was open aired and in the background was lite up Prambanan it
again was a fantastic scene. Kirsty should really talk about the ballet but we
will wait a year for her to do so so ill give it a go. It was not ballet. it
had a normal ridiculous love based story line with magical monkeys ...
... looked it up on trip advisor. The reviews were bad so we decided to skip it. Instead we went to te... Cinema! :-/ we watched one film and when it finished we bought a ticket for the next one which had just started! At £1.50 a film you can't say no!! Woops. We went to sleep at about 9 ready for another early start. At 4am we were picked up for sunrise between a mountain and a volcano before ...
... structures collapsed during a major earthquake in the 16th century, and they were largely forgotten by the outside world until British statesman Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles stumbled upon the site in 1811. Still in various states of repair, they retain an aura of being lost in time, awaiting discovery. In the same complex as Prambanan we visited the 8th century Buddhist temple of Sewu with their interesting ...