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... of time but after the mountain outlines had been brought in to view, the outline of Borobudur started to emerge in the distance. From the hill it looked tiny and was a few kilometres away but the sun rise was the main attraction. As there was still clouds in the sky, our view lasted around 30 minutes as once the sun had gone above the clouds, the mist came back to cover the sights in the distance - if you can get on to Facebook we have a really cool time lapse which captures the ...
... is the way you buy the tickets. You have to fill out a form at a desk with a man who tells you which trains are available, and then you have to get a ticket and wait for your number to be called to go up to another desk where they will double check your form and then take your payment. And to add to all the confusion everyone says different things about how and when to book different tickets! So we had to rethink and we decided that instead ...
... you and the
person sitting behind you leading to constant back wars. You were not allowed
to smoke but people went to the back opened the door and smoked anyway so once
a bit desperate we joined them. The other surprising thing was the platform was
the same height as the track and children played on the track while waiting for
the train. There was a guy not in uniform directing us around and asking to
look at our tickets which at first ...
I've been on the road for almost 6 weeks and have only written 2 blogs so I'm way overdue. I've been in Indonesia for the past two weeks so that's what this post will be about.
Indonesia is the fourth biggest country in the world, has over 17,000 islands (8,000 of which are inhabited), and is predominantly Muslim except for Bali which is hindu. The country defies homogenization: there are hundreds of distinct ethnic groups and languages. It was incredibly difficult ...
... her being in our van at 4am were very slim. We were shocked and happy to see a familiar face. Borobudur was "discovered" by a Dutch governor and originally he wanted to send chunks of stone to all the western museums. Thankfully the Indonesian government stepped in and, fast forward a bunch of years a massive reconstructive project has persevered this beautiful temple. We were expecting a peaceful, early arrival and instead, at 5am were swarmed ...