Joglo Plawang Boutique Villa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Castle - built in the 18th century and used as a place of villegiature for the Sultan, his 35 women and over one hundred children. However, the place was rebuilt full of many natural disasters. The castle has 3 pools (one for the Sultan, one for women and one for children). From the top of a tower, the Sultan used to choose a woman and then spend time with her ... (JP Comment: I hope he had a good memory to avoid mistake about the wife's name in the heat of the action ...
... after the last go round. Indonesia’s postwar dictators, Sukarno and Suharto, both have plaques erected at different times commemorating their excellence at rebuilding Prambanan after earthquakes and volcanoes.
The spiky, elaborate style of Prambanan’s temple architecture is unlike anything I have seen before on this journey, and differs from Indian Hindu temples in its uniquely, intricately Indonesian way. The three largest temples at Prambanan are ...
... for the train. More like waiting for a flight! And for long distance journeys you're supposed to book in advance by one or two days, to ensure there's space. However the time of these trains are in our miss slightly bizarre - there must be a meaning behind it? For a train from Solo to Jakarta, they have trains which leave at 4pm and arrive at 2am... What a time to arrive! Why not move the trains departure time back to 9pm and arrive at 7am? On top ...
... be carrying a magic mushroom as an offering. Brad, who had a particular theory about the role of mushrooms in Eastern art, would have been proud of us for finding it.
What, however, is this ridiculous Eastern obsession with photography and in particular photographing Liza? I know blondes are rare to non-existent in these parts but if they weren't directly asking us for a photo (and even when including me they were obviously cutting me out of the ...
... in a moment. It is also a serious mistake to miss Jogja: Boroudur and Prambanan are well worth seeing, and it is a jumping off point for most of the rest of Java, which has some fantastic sights. We likely would have also skipped Java had it not been for me happening to see the name of Borobudur which triggered ancient memories of Mr. Farquhar's 9th grade world history class. A quick Google search returned some amazing pictures, and after reading ...