Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel
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Good hotel with pool and easy access to airport and downtown
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... started again. The bus ride was supposed to be 8 hours, which means it was probably going to be closer to 10. So, I decided to at least initiate a conversation with the girl. The first sentence is always awkward in any circumstances, be in a bus or a hostel, because both of you are know that a conversation beckons but just feel odd to initiate it. She is from France, and has settled in Montreal for the past six years. Her name was Caroline. She answered my questions, ...
... quickly in fact, farmers are tending to their animals in the fields and the scenery has taken on an altogether different feel, we’re heading in the right direction and that’s for sure. Its getting warmer, houses look different out of the windows and before long the city will be fully behind us and we will be onto the next place, sucking it all up and experiencing a new richness and culture. Places change like people, quickly sometimes, and you only have to go 30 minutes ...
... the sky. About 30 minutes after sunrise, the temple did poke through a little.
Borobudur is set in a region of lush, green rice paddies, traditional villages, and volcanic peaks. This is Indonesia’s most important centre for Buddhism, with a number of monasteries in the area. Visitors can even join the monks at prayer time for chanting. I visited one of the monasteries, but didn't join in any chanting (or hear any).
... Asia (and their first time travelling outside of Europe). They just arrived from Canada the day before. It was so cool to see them get excited about everything they saw. They were so cute, I loved it. After Borobudur, we headed to Prambanan. Prambanan is one of the biggest Hindu in Southeast Asia. It reminded me a bit of Angkor Wat with its tall and pointed buildings. Prambanan also dates back to the ninth century. It was super cool, and again, not ...