Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel
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Good hotel with pool and easy access to airport and downtown
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... in touch. After she was gone, I looked at her email address. Its Fxxxx1979@xx.com. OMG. Was Ferah born in 1979?! So, she is the same age as I am! All this time I thought she was ten years older than me! Haha ... I guess I am glad I look younger than I am! :) So, after those guys left, it was another german couple and me waiting for the bus to Denpasar in Bali. The bus was supposed to arrive at 11:30, but did not arrive until 1:30 pm. All the time, whenever I would ask ...
... 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 ...
... bits about the political unrest of past times, and that until recently it was the darling of Indonesia, thanks to its well-heeled relationship with the states; that was until the bubble burst and the economy collapsed. Thanks America for not only ruining our economy, but also the economy of more places that you and I are probably aware of. How did things get like that we will never know. Anyway, Jakarta does not show obvious signs of this economic decline (but even so, how would ...
... palace, home to about 25,000 people, many employed in traditional trades, with 10,000 residents on the sultan's payroll.
I did some last Christmas shopping here, had another massage, and went to two traditional cultural shows in the evenings - one, a puppet show with traditional Wayang Kulit puppets, the other a Ramayana ballet. Both were essentially morality plays that draw on Hindu mythology and teaching to impart ...
... for the bar and Rach and Rose beefed up in the gym before going out to the night market. Solo isn't a big place so we walked through the market within ten minutes and our thoughts naturally turned to food. Fran took us to a buffet style restaurant so we queued up and took a wicker basket to fill. We had no idea what anything was and nobody really knew what I meant by vegetarian. I think they were messing with us as Joanna got told something contained cat and Rach was ...