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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I Guess you can't predict mother nature. Regardless, the sunrise was just a bonus for me. From here i made my way to Borobudur Temple. Built during the 8th century by the Mataram Kingdom, this is the largest Buddhist temple in Indonesia. The Hindu and Buddhist religions and their architecture is very similar, especially around this period where they overlap, making it confusing to the general masses whether the temple is Buddhist or Hindu in origin. ...
... like these ‘French’ ‘pooping-holes’ where you have to go through your knees and face it with your back - the toilet itself in our apartment is an English ‘normal’ toilet as we are familiar with. But I’m talking about the bigger duty I couldn’t poopoo in the first 5 days due to that my body had to get used to everything.
See, toilet paper is uncommon here, next to the toilet you have this tiny shower head ...
The one hour plus walk to the bus station near the northern ring road was an overestimated trek this morning, in fact we opted to take a bus for the last stretch. Obviously the yellow tourist map wasn't to scale and so our thought process of the bus station being roughly the same distance from our accommodation as the 20 minute walk to the Kraton was way out. We were all exhausted and soaking with sweat by the time we reached the station over an hour after leaving from ...
... before. Now we wouldn’t have actually learnt anything new or been particularly interested by this if we didn’t have some wonderful school students, called Mala and Arik, offer us to guide us and give us a little bit of information! As they explained it, it seems that the process is part of their curriculum and maybe they will get extra credits for it. I’m not sure but it was a great idea and a breath of fresh air compared to being accosted by a local to ...
... which they were driving very slowly, and trying to make as loud as possible. Shortly after, a few trucks followed filled with live cows, which I can only assume weren't guests. We eventually got onto the new bus and made our way back to Yogyakarta. Unfortunately this new bus was already filled with passengers so much so that we all had to stand until people jumped off. I managed to find a seat, only to be stood next to by a man who seemed to be concentrating on keeping his ...