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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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... so cool to do, before being driven back just in time to say goodbye to Pooja (feels like I've known her for weeks rather than a day and a half!)... We also had a new arrival of volunteer Sandra from Sweden, but as the last few days had been catching up with me I went to be antisocial, snoozing in my room for the rest of the afternoon. Both yesterday and this morning I managed to have a run, hopefully having a good routine will help me build up my running distance ...
... showered I went back were after two or three attempts I was able to get my details to pay at the counter who subsequently had no idea what they were doing! Walking out with just a receipt I had nothing left but to hope for the best and wait for an e-mail from Lion Air confirming payment. Now with two days away sorted we needed to decide what to do the next day - we had been given a list of tours around Yogyakarta by our hotel manager and for ease booked through him. The tour would ...
... br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">burning themselves to prove their purity. The dancing was good, again ahhh sharpe.
The best bit for me was when one of the guys got stabbed and he shouts 'shuk' but
it really sounded like **** and everyone laughed. I also liked it when they
kidnapped or retrieved wives and lead them around like, oh ...
... Borobudur temple. On the way back we stopped at a silver making workshop and I got some little studs for about £5 :-) Tomorrow we had planned to go to another volcanoey place but I think we're just feeling really lazy at the moment, espesh after 2 early starts and long journeys. So instead we are headed to Pangandaran, a beach on the south coast, before it gets too crowed at the end of Ramadan next ...
For dinner four of us ate at the home of a Javanese family where English was barely spoken. We were saved by one of our fellow travelers who carried the evening. Thank you Kerry for
making this into an interesting and enjoyable experience. The home dinners are one of our least favorite OAT activities as it can be difficult because of language and because we don't really think the families are "typical".