Peti Mas Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPeti Mas Hotel Yogyakarta
Bonsai boompjes, siervogels, islamitisch gebed om 2.50 AM tijdens ramadan, zeer verzorgd, super vriendelijke staff, verhouding prijs/kwaliteit top.
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... been pretty good, the station is well organised and easy to navigate, all of the station staff have been friendly and helpful and directed us towards our train and corresponding carriage efficiently and with a friendly manner. Even booking the train tickets was simple to do, and cheap too – a far cry from the dysfunctional Indian rail system that we are so used to! If only the same ease and grace could be applied to the rest of Jakarta though; but sadly this is not the ...
... becak to take us into the city which ended up taking about an hour because of traffic and also because the idiot driver decided to mount the curb, flip the becak throwing us out into the road, spilling petrol all over the place. We came back from town with an older wiser becak driver who was about 90 and had no teeth, had a good feed and went back to the hotel to await our 3pm pickup to take us to our next destination and last stop in Indonesia... the capital city, Jakarta.
... re talking to me! He kept then whispering and touching our hair(Stacey had woken up by now) and then he was inviting her to join him on the back seat, she forcefully declined his offer and luckily his mate came so they spoke and then he fell asleep. Sometime around 2am he thankfully got off the bus and never returned! The drive was as expected. Chaotic, loud, wobbly and had me fearing for my life every time we swung around a corner and hit another branch! Somehow we ...
We left off on our last rest day in Cipanas last Sunday, and after having completed usual rest day chores, Chris, one of the other riders from Canada, persuaded me that if we hiked up the mountain behind our hotel, we would get a spectacular view across the valley. Despite having crashed out early the previous night with a thick head-cold, it was a beautiful clear day and seemed like a good idea. Chris had done some prep work and found someone claiming to be a local guide ...
... filled with as many people as could be squeezed on. After a stifelling journey, we arrived at Borobudur and entered the temple compound. We found the staff very helpful and we were on our way to see the temple. The grounds were lovely and green, including not just the temple itself but two small museums too. As midday was approaching, and the temple was made from volcanic rock (so gets very hot in the sun), we were anxious to get started on the multi-level structure. The ...