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... entirely with original pieces, meaning you get a great sense of its scale and impressive decorations, without feeling like you are looking at a brand new building. And impressive it is: I thought Brorobudur was the overall most impressive temple we saw, narrowly edging Shwedagon and Angkor Wat (though the overall Angkor complex is more impressive).
We started our visit by leaving our hotel at 4am (which would turn out to be "sleeping ...
... and sides of a boulevard. We lucked out as there weren’t too many people there at that time and we got some photos where it looks like we are the only people there! We climbed up and saw that there were a few tour groups arriving so decided to visit the main temples first. A few of the temples had statues in them while others were empty. We walked around the upper part of the temples where there were lots of amazing ...
... with each other and not wanting to be mixed up in that we moved on. We sat down on a little platform to take a bit of a rest when one of the nearby monkeys came over and pulled open my purse (these damn things are so smart, they know where the food is kept! I however had none). I pulled it away from her and she snarled at me at bit the back of my arm. I moved away from her and when she directed her focus elsewhere I sat down again on the ...
... salt shaker, but there were many similar everyday objects behind glass.)
While within the palace grounds, we were approached by a class of grade schoolers tasked with practicing their English on Westerners visiting the palace. The children were so cute, and very earnest about asking us our names, where we were from and what we thought of Indonesia, then recording our answers on their worksheets. We spent a while with them, and their teacher took a ...
... art shops. One day while Brian was recovering from a night out I went out on my own and got a scooter taxi which gave me a tour of the town. He took me to see where puppets where made out of bull skin with patterns cut into the skin which had different meaning through out the puppet about life.
then we went to jewelry shop with its own work shop where you could watch them make the jewelry then go in the shop and buy something if you ...
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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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