The Sunan Hotel Solo
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... took us to a fantastic little waterfall and by this time he rain has started. We couldn't feel it near the waterfall with all the spray and trees but as we started walking down to where the bus waited for us we got drenched!! A couple of the boys tried to make some cover out of banana leaves but they were slightly... Flawed. Our pleads of heading straight to the hotel went unanswered as we were dropped off at our final activity for the day - an eight kilometre walk ...
... it is built in the same way, it has many temples and each has a monument inside, the main one is Shiva and this is the biggest temple, there is also others and one with Vishnu and Brahman.
We had a guide who wasn't really very good, he talked about some of the cravings in a very disrespectful manner, suggesting that Sita was being groped by Ravan and that ...
I hope all my UK based friends are well? I've just been catching up on the local news back home. I have not heard from some of you in a while, Drop me a message just to let me know your all okay.
So yet more volcanoes over the last few days.
The night before leaving Bandung I had the pleasure of meeting a Brazilian Musician, very talented, you should check out his website. www.24cancoesparaflautadoce.com.br
As we headed out of Yogyakarta on the way to Solo we stopped at Candi Prambanan. Candi Prambanan is a Hindu temple complex built in the 9th Century in response to the construction of Borobudur (Buddhist).
There are six main temples in the complex dedicated to the Hindu Trimurti Brahma (the Creator), Vishnu (the Preserver) and Shiva (the destroyer) and their vahanas (vehicles) Nandi, Garuda and Hamsa. Tese six temples are in the center and are surrounded by 224 small temples. At ...
... Back to the palace to do some quick packing before another mom from the clinic, Neneng, was due to come over to have tea (which we ordered from Soto Klodran downstairs) and say good-bye. We didn't get to know here too well, but I had treated her daughter, Ifa, a couple times and she wanted to drop off a gift for us all. Neneng and Mily are friends from the clinic, so Mily came with Neneng to say good-bye...she said she couldn't part with us yet! They called ...