Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel
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Good hotel with pool and easy access to airport and downtown
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... as opposed to being late. With the map i had, i knew i'd get to Borobudur Temple without any issue. However, getting to Setumbu Hill was a different matter. The GPS on my camera is NOT a sat-nav. It's just a map in digital format, which just so happens to tell me where i am at any given point. It doesn't tell me how to get somewhere. I can save markers on it though. So using google maps, i marked pointers at the various turns and junctions, though this ...
... 8217; else you will lose it. Constantly watching your mirrors left and right whether someone is passing you either way. Oh, don't forget, left is the side here you drive but that you’ll get used to quite rapidly.
The food is good if you choose wisely, so far no problems there - although I find the portions vegetables which come along together with some rice and proteins (no pork!!) quite small. Therefore I’m buying a lot of fruits to ...
... early, but being woken at 4.30am when all the mosques in the area started their chanting to call everyone to prayer was pushing it a little bit. Managed to sleep a bit longer but at 7am we finally got up and got ready. We got the public bus from the main road to Prambanan temple. A very big Hindu temple constructed in 800 AD. Again there is a lot of earthquake damage but here it's clear they have a government program ...
... exit signs to direct the traffic along the longest possible route. We ourselves only found out about their existence through our research, and that is truly a shame. The first housed a huge outrigger, built following ancient designs, that had sailed a spice trading route from Jarkarta to Accra via Madagascar and South Africa. It was then flown back, and had the entire museum custom built around it. Despite spending nearly 30 minutes in the museum, we didn't see a single other ...
... then yesterday.
Upon my arrival A. my guide, interpreter as well as
organiser was waiting, after dumping my stuff in the hotel we went to find a
solution for my telephone.
She is a smaller then I am and walking around with her was different, I
strolled she almost had to run. While trying to find the way we got lost, in tiny streets
with huge vehicles and horse driven carriages, a weird combination. One of the
vehicles simply blocked ...