Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta
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... home to eat them. Well could we find our hotel- could we bollocks! We walked up and down the back streets of the backpacker area sosro for at least 30 mins... Ending up in the "red light district" area of the streets, - thankfully no 4D porn there- a man helped us back to the main road. I think/hope he felt we looked out of place there. From there we checked with 3 more people and eventually found our hotel. It is ...
... of the project received and me introducing myself to the people of importance. First steps into the laboratory brought me a while back into history, it looks interestingly different than I’m used to back in Breda. Nonetheless fully equipped and organised allowing me to use it properly.
One little and quite uncomfortable problem I dealt with was the following:
So I had some trouble with going to the toilet, although many toilets ...
... a culture shock, except perhaps for the fact that there are numerous Muslims everywhere.
The Phoenix hotel being a colonial style and very comfortable, we decide to relax on the poolside while listening to One Republic (JP) and reading (for Cri) ... Before a the rain put a stop to it!
And as our little feet are tired from long walks and tomorrow might be worse, Cri managed to convince JP to have a reflexology treatment one hour before going to bed... It will be a good night of ...
Never take the bus during rush hour! Fully loaded with backpacks and hand luggage, we were pushed and shoved trying to fight our way to the front of the queue to get a space on the overcrouded bus as we made our way to the airport.
We caught a taxi to our hotel and after dropping off our things walked to the near by Kraton (Sultan's palace) which ...
So that's now two nights in a row that have been pretty non-exsistant! Just woken up from a nap after arriving in Jogjakarta at 6.30am after a 15 hour coach journey from Banyuwangi. Not the most pleasant journey, at one point being crammed in like sardines! Don't think we'll be planning much today, but were staying in a homestay here for 4 nights, so hopefully we'll be able to feel a bit more settled and catch up on sleep whilst seeing some of the temples ...