Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJogjakarta Plaza Hotel Yogyakarta
Good hotel with pool and easy access to airport and downtown
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... we went to the Kraton, the royal residence of the sultan of Yogyakarta. Parts are closed to the public as the residence is in use but what we could see was pretty interesting plus we had a very sweet old lady as a tour guide which made the experience that much better.
... much. Have a nice day. May we take a photo?" Then we had to autograph their notebooks for them. Adorable!! After finally breaking free from the school children we then ran into two 'guides in training' who had different questions for us. These girls told us that they were in boarding school for seven weeks to work on their English and their temple guiding skills. Also, at this temple we were required to wear a sari over our ...
... Of course, we were fed very well, and were in and out within an hour!
Bu Heni then had to go to her school for a monthly meeting,which I had to join her for. I was welcomed with open arms and fed again!! Two meals before lunchtime even. I had to spend the rest of the day snoozing it off before a run in the rain.
On Sunday night an american couple arrived, Kaiser and Luke. I joined them and Sandra for a day trip yesterday to Yogyakarta, ...
... temple there are lots of carvings on the walls which tell a story and each climb up to the top represents enlightment with the drawings are the bottom starting with people drinking smoking and dancing.
The views from th top are very pretty the shape of the mountains look like a reclining buddha.
We had an hour to explore and get hassled by locals wanting photos or even trying to sell, then we left to go back to the hotel again. ...
... everything except grandmothers. Clothes, toys, food, tourist
stuff everybody is smiling and shouting, a cacophony of sounds.
Dinner was in a small place where a toothless lady with a
huge smile served us.
The first day of work started with a meeting on Sunday, we
had to walk a bit as the street was closed due to a Christening party; just
imagine that at home we would do such a thing.
The meeting went well, and I was dropped ...