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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... slopes of Merapi, Kaliadem. You can clearly see Merapi from Yogya if the weather is good, but it still took about an hour or so to get to the village... which just shows how massive it is. Along the way our driver told us all about the recent eruptions which was really interesting. Once we arrived in the village, we dished out 400,000IDR (£20) for a 4x4 to take the 3 of us (and our driver) to the nearby villages destroyed in the 2010-2011 eruptions. The 2 hour ...
Yangon, Myanmar to Yohyakarta, Indonesia. Cost: 1440$.
Country visited: Indonesia
Country shape classification: Fragmented
Country development classification: Developing
Specific places within country visited: Yogyakarta
Country capital city: Jakarta
Capital city population: 9,607,787
Country government type: Unitary presidential constitutional republic
Current leaders/ parties: Joko ...
... temples survived side by side and as the religious powers changed over the centuries, they didn't destroy what was built to create their own version of how the world works. Lessons CAN be learned from history.
Dec. 31 Ben has graciously offered to take us down to the immigration office to start the extent ion process for our stay here in Indonesia. We've read that it is a 2 day process ( it is 4 days) but with New Years and the upcoming weekend it ...
... Fair enough Sultan, I'll let you off. The Sultan's Water Palace (Taman Sari), a collection of pools and smaller palaces built within the 'Kraton' complex by the Sultan's Portuguese architect in the 1760s, was personally, much more impressive. Much of this was damaged by an earthquake, but most of the bathing pools have now been restored. The 'Kraton' is also a kind of microcity within a city... inhabited by over 25,000 locals and hosting a labryinth of ...
For dinner four of us ate at the home of a Javanese family where English was barely spoken. We were saved by one of our fellow travelers who carried the evening. Thank you Kerry for
making this into an interesting and enjoyable experience. The home dinners are one of our least favorite OAT activities as it can be difficult because of language and because we don't really think the families are "typical".