Peti Mas Hotel
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Bonsai boompjes, siervogels, islamitisch gebed om 2.50 AM tijdens ramadan, zeer verzorgd, super vriendelijke staff, verhouding prijs/kwaliteit top.
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... who doesn't take things too seriously, but is able to manage things anyway. The other who is traveling for five weeks is (Damn, I forgot her name) Dolly (lets say). She is also funny, but not extremely friendly. I think its the solo traveling part that makes people very friendly and open, and Kelly certainly has done a lot of that. I also encountered, probably for the first time in this trip, the issue with solo travel. I don't know if I slept wrong last night, but I ...
... the language skills because of it.
Food costs are super cheap still. We're eating simple delicious meals for just a few bucks each. The food doesn't do anything for Deanne though, which surprises me since she likes anything. She's tired of rice dishes but I love Indonesian food and I'm off the bread, so rice dishes are good for me.
We tried the Gudeg last night again. It's a traditional dish of marinated green jackfruit curry served with ...
... to show respect. For is, it was like putting on a winter coat when it's 40 degrees-above zero that is. The people here are always dressed as though it's winter. The women are dressed very modestly - not only are their heads covered, but they wear long sleeves, and either long dresses or pants under tunics. I just absolutely melt whilst looking at them. Java is about 80% Muslim, and the majority of the women we've seen have their head ...
... we take a car to Merapi but we started quite late so Merapi is covered in clouds and we only go to a park nearby.
The next day we leave at 5 am to see the sunrise at Borobodur but unfortunately it's quite cloudy and no real sunrise but the light is beautiful and we enjoy our time there. We continue to Prambanan where we take a guide to explain the history to us. Both temples are ...
... but we seemed to be the only people rattling around in it.
Wednesday evening we stayed in a hotel in Wonosobo that used to be the lodgings for Dutch army officers in the region. It was full of high-vaulted ceilings, ornate wooden fixtures and even had a proper bar and happy hour!
Finally we ...