Joglo Plawang Boutique Villa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We just finished one week with 36 others, at the Sambi Resort about 45 minutes north of Jogjkarta underneath Volcano Mt. Merapi. We heard reports of transformed villages across SE Asia and of interesting projects they are involved in. It was fun to attempt a new method of presentation this year "pecha kucha" (Japanese 'chit chat') where the story is told through a power point of 20 ...
... site and surrounded by beautiful gardens and some really fantastic Indonesian trees. The setting is lovely, and the first site of the monument is powerful, not gigantic but very striking indeed.
Borobudur was originally built from volcanic rock between 780 and 860 CE, begun by King Samarotungga of the Shailendra Dynasty to further Buddhist religious instruction and practice and eventually completed by Pramoadwarhni, a daughter of the king. For about 200 ...
... morning listening to water overlooking the volcano! The next day we took a tour around the city on rickshaws, stopping off at various places to see the culture and history of the city. Our first stop was a material factory where they dye cotton and silk with all the amazing patterns you see in this part of the world. They all have different meanings and uses and the process, to do it by hand can sometimes take over a week as they draw on the material ...
... the palace and informed me of its closure and given me a big yellow tourist map circling a few things I should do, and suggested that I come back and visit the Kraton later in the afternoon when it would reopen. I took his suggestion to head to a local Batik art school where I could see how their Batik paintings were created. It was a really timely process. They used silk, or to make it cheaper, cotton, and first of all drew their design on the material. The timely part was ...
... early AGAIN for our 3 day journey to Bali. Broken up by a visit to mount bromo at 3 in the morning!! We were told it would be 4°C so opted to dress appropriately by layering a few strap tops. It would be an understatement to say I was the coldest I've ever been. Ive noticed on this trip more than ever that I really dont make decisions that are in my best interest. #findingmyself Still, it was worth it. We then jeeped to the volcano itself for a 3km ...