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TravelPod Member ReviewsInna Garuda Yogyakarta
Seru lah, enak banget.. Deket sama malioboro.. malahan depannya persis.. Enaknya lagi ada ticketing pesawat yang ada di hotel, sama deket stasiun.. waah mantap deh pokoknya.
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... slightest! Asia eh. Almost immediately we wandered into a local market, with a bottom floor filled to the brim with traditional batik style clothing. We were quickly taken under the wing of a local guy with a stall in the market, who started pointing everything out to us and telling us what it was. Before we knew it, we were on a full blown tour of every floor of the massive market. It had all sorts of different areas full of fruit and veg, flowers, meat, ...
... 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 ...
... got on the same bus as us and ended up spending about a half an hour conversing before parting ways. At the end they told us they were Jehovah's Witnesses and insisted we take the watchtower magazine. I didn't have the heart to refuse. The entire process was further complicated by the fact that the google map of the downtown area I had downloaded was for a city about 8 hour drive away. CURSE YOU GOOGLE MAPS! Thank God or Jehovah we made it safe and sound ...
... I'm all about the political thought too...! Anyway, we set off on our first morning, only to get lost in the intense heat and humidity trying to find the entrance to the Sultan's 'Kraton' (palace), and instead decided to focus on finding a launderette for our very SMELLY clothes. Something REALLY had to be done about our clothes. We handed in just over 4kg of washing to the lady in the launderette to pleasantly find out that the Express wash would set ...
Next morning we briefly visited a rural village and met with workers ina local snack factory and a tofu factory. Then we set out for the colossal Prambanan Temple, which UNESCO calls "one of the great Hindu monuments in the world."
We approached the sacred site from the east, passing the small Hindu temple of Mendut to Sambisari temple, a Hindu temple constructed in the 9th century. Undiscovered until ...