Joglo Plawang Boutique Villa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... But then, after digging through some small, framed Batiks, I found his work at a great price! (13$) So we took that one, said our thank-you's, and headed to the local Market just in time for the food/clothing crossover. ***batik |bəˈtēk|a method (originally used in Java) of producing colored designs on textiles by dyeing them, having first applied wax to the parts to be left undyed; An item or piece of cloth treated in this way.
We arrived at ...
On the 5th we woke at 4.45am ready for our transport to Borobudur Temple. It had rained in the early hours of the night and was quite a chilly morning! Borobudur Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in the world. It is now very well kept and very impressive with over 2500 reliefs depicting different stories running along the walls. It was completed in 825, but in the 1300s when Java converted to Islam the temple was abandoned. The temple was ...
... hurting themselves. Odd.
There are many ways to get hurt in Indonesia. The roads come close to the top of the list. But so do the paths. And I even got charged, as in charged at, by a spider with a poisoned tipped sword yesterday. No **** again. And it was a jumping spider. A jumping spider with a sword. No I'm not on drugs. This all happened. And if the spiders don't get you, the mosquitoes will. They keep getting me anyway. Bloody good job there is ...
... an island paradise, the clearest waters I've ever seen with beautiful, colourful fish and corals, white sand beaches and beautiful Bali architecture. I've done many memorable things here - climbed so many volcanos, swam with Manta rays, dove with majestic turtles, sailed for four days with dolphins and beautiful sunsets, walked with dragons, slept in bamboo huts on the beach, watched flying foxes, visited traditional villages and met some wonderful ...
... there early paid off as well as it meant that, for the most part, we had a whole section of the temple to ourselves.
One thing we did have to contend with though was the reaction of local school groups seeing Westerners for (presumably) the first time. Our celebrity status for simply being 'white' is quite shocking really, as we posed for hundreds of 'selfies' with all the children; one particularly funny moment happened when I was asked for a photo ...