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... We had to plead with him to let us back into the taxi with our bags to find another place to stay. This was near impossible when he spoke no English whatsoever and got really angry that we didn't speak much Indonesian which I thought was unreasonable seeing as he was the one working in the tourist industry not us! The evening just got progressively worse from there on. We were driven to the most creepy looking hostels in the middle of no ...
... fine art and cultural things like ballet and drama, music and poetry and shadow puppet shows! Today I went into an art display and saw the works of the university art students. I was interested in the batik art.
The man in the art gallery brought out the 'brushes' that are used to make the paintings. Another worker brought me a hot cup of tea! The 'brushes' were more like little pens. They had a point and little cup on top. Candle was from a round contrainer held ...
... feels like ages--but we also feel ready to press on and explore new countries. We're glad our time in Indonesia ended on such a high note with the magnificent temples of Borobudur and Prambanan. We think that our favorite days in Indonesia were our first sightseeing day (visiting the dragons and doing some amazing diving in Komodo National Park) and our last sightseeing day, at Temple Land and Temple World.
Cat Tally: 23, including an awesome fluffy gray hostel ...
My second stop in Indonesia: Jogjakarta, in central Java. It is, without doubt, one of the most important city in arts, music and history.
The airplane didn't take long to take me to the Jogjakarta airport, it was around 4 pm and it was incredibly hot and humid. I was queuing to but a taxi ticket and I heard two guys speaking spanish, so I asked them if they wanted to share the taxi with me. They happily agreed, and they became the first friends I made in Indonesia. They ...
... each about 2.5 metres high.
The Buddha is notable for his posture; instead of the normal lotus-position, he sits Western-style with both feet on the gound. One source claims that this is the most outstanding statue in its original setting in Java.
Again, the site was virtually deserted, as was our foray into the neighbouring Mendut Buddhist Monastery.