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... my estimation the trip went very smoothly.
We arrived in Taipei on Panu’s 33rd birthday, and with exactly zero Western food options in the entire airport he was able to enjoy a birthday breakfast soup. I believe its official title was “traditional tofu pudding and food.” The Taipei airport had plenty to keep us entertained for hours, including free massages, an indoor “green space” (that consisted of ...
... the guys weren't allowed to go because no uniform. From there I went into a police wagon (it's like the food wagons at the state fair) which was a bathroom. It smelled terrible, but whatever I had to go. About 100 yards later I realized there was a "wanita" (girl) bathroom wagon which I'm sure would have been better… it would have had to be better. Nevertheless we starting walking towards the monument, in the middle of the park, when a guy came up to us and told us ...
... and I mean right, as we got back to their porch the skies opened up and the rain came down in buckets. We timed it perfectly.
The thunder is starting to get louder and I think it is a good time to go lie in bed and drift off to sleep. We have a real lazy day planned for tomorrow: pool and applying for jobs.
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... that many people from all penjru world enter the Borobudur as a place worth visiting in his life . Besides enjoying the temple , you can walk around to the villages around Borobudur , like Karanganyar and Wanurejo to see the activities of people make crafts . You can also go to the top of Watu Kendil to be able to view the panorama from the top of Borobudur . Wait what? No need to worry about an earthquake May 27, 2006 , because of Borobudur is not affected at all .
... in the travelers mind and that's to find the next bus to get out of there ... and that's not easy either.
But after figuring out the most chaotic and unorganized bus station ever, we made it to hop on something like a bus (Miles away from a Thai VIP Bus ;-) ) headed for the south of Java, enriched with a very interesting memory about this city