Istana Batik Ratna Hotel Jogja
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Very clean, compared to others at a similar rate, and excellent value for money
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... hose (It looks like an expendable post-mix which some bars or café’s use to make certain drinks with) which purpose is to wash your little assie after you’re done sitting on the toilet. So I knew that I should bring toilet paper to school (yes it is available in the supermarkets so yes that was the first thing I bought) in case I could finally get rid of my already 7 days hold up matter stuck in my body. Let the convenience happen, I forgot toilet ...
... on how they use wax, parafin anddyes to create amazing peieces. We were invited to look through the works and after debating what was our style, we settled on some cool fish!
We walked down Jl Mrliboro where Ian was stopped a number of times by people admiring Ian's beard. We stopped for some street food before making our way back.
... quite often you get a real Disney's Ratatouille experience when a big rat will walk out of the kitchen of a restaurant (to check if customers are enjoying their food I guess). A country where ppl will stop you on the street and ask to have a picture taken with you. A country where a distance gets completely new meaning- 100 km will mean at least 3 hours journey. A country were you feel like a giant on the street being at least head taller than everyone else. We have seen ...
... 10 man to pull u up.
After the trek, we are all sweaty, wet and muddy. Overall, the experience is really good for a girl that lives in the city. Definitely worth to give it a try.
Things to note:
You need to be at least fit as there are minor trekking up and down the muddy slopes. Be prepared to slip and fall and get real dirty.
- Be prepared to get wet at Pindul
- Be prepared to get wet, sweaty and dirty at ...
... the palace and van be seen sitting around. The royal family have received many gifts from visitors over the years and they were all on display, Mosley plated and vases from Asia, China and Japan and clocks from Austria, Switzerland and Germany. Even though our Royals have visited many times nothing from us was on display, the guide made a point of this. Gordon Brown was that last British dignitary to visit, but I suppose he was broke by that point and the box ...