Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... full day in Yogya, we took a couple of local becak's up to the well known Malioboro Street (A becak is a guy riding bicycle with basket on front for 2 people at a squeeze)... they are Indonesia's tuk tuk's. The cheeky bugger requested that we pay a bit more for the journey, due to the fact that it was apparently uphill.... we didn't take any noticed and refused, which we were glad of when we later realised that his becak was motorised and it was definitely not uphill ...
... Adele and Sam Smith) we went to our final destination... An ice cream place which had come highly reccomended.... However, after a few disappointing tasters I settled for a scoop of strange tasting vanilla with some chocolate m&m type toppings. Me and Pooja munched on our sweet treats before enjoying a fried rice based dinner. Yesterday we had to get up early again as there was a multi-school academic competition which included an English speaking competition, where ...
... go from there. Bus trip was a total of 8000 rupiah for the two of us. Now I don't begrudge a guy making a living but this just highlights what a ripoff these taxis are. 8000 vs 200000. Hard to keep a smile when they do that to you. It was a little more challenging but we ended up getting off with only a 10 minute walk to our home stay.
We were helped out by a pair of wonderful young girls who translated for us and made sure we got the right ...
... ish bus transfers over the last two days, it was great to finally stretch our legs and go for a wander around Yogyakarta, located in Central Java towards the southern coast, and best known as the island's cultural hub. Jakarta may be the political capital and largest city in Indonesa, but Yogyakarta is where IT'S AT for culture, political thought and PARTYING. By writing that in capitals, obviously doesn't mean I'm placing any particular emphasis on that... ...
... becoming more tourist friendly is that the stall food popularity has risen, meaning there are many stalls ready to cook a dish for you in a massive wok on the roadside. Sounds dodgy? Of course it is, but that's half the fun! Stall food was cheap and ever so tasty. Some lovely things were Soto Ayam (chicken soup with rice), Bakso (glass noodle soup with meatballs), Bakmi Goreng (fried noodles with a soy-based sauce), more Gado-Gado (steamed vegetables with boiled egg, spicy peanut ...