Royal Orchids Garden Hotel
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... of Buddhas, and for the large stupas on the roof. Each stupa itself contains another statue of Buddha.
Prambanan, on the other hand, was built by the Sanjaya dynasty, a neighbouring kingdom to the Saliendra, and primarily Hindu rather than Buddhist. It was built maybe some fifty years after Borobudur, which is unlikely to be a coincidence. This appears to have been a first ...
... only found in a few places. But why need internet if the jungle is right in front of you! So I went on a jungle trek for two days. In this National Park we can see orangutans (North Sumatra and Borneo are the only places these apes live). Compared to the other jungle trek I've done, this one was quite tough; path were sometimes really narrow and I saw many places where one misstep could lead to bad accidents. But everyone survived, thanks to the great guides. If I ...
... them some bananas... I don't know protocol but I'd say this was a major no, no! It's not something I'll be doing or taking part in, we're in the wild, how are they going to survive if they start getting free food! While we were watching them a peacock wandered along, this is unlike any that I've seen before with a blue head and long spotted feathers, it was really quite beautiful.
So after an eventful start we climbed to the top of one of the ...
... t so awesome).
Funny Story: At dinner, I told the locals that it was my friend Natalie's birthday.
They came to our table singing with the guitar, brought a crown of leaves for her to wear, and even brought some special lucky paint. We were all told to dip our fingers into the paint and make marks on her face in order to wish her a year of good luck.
She assured me, I would have a very special ...
... as we didn’t have a torch and the by the feel of it, the surface was all over the place. We managed to follow the Japanese guy from our mini bus who had a torch and without making it too obvious stuck close to him. He started to pull away from us as he had hiking boots on and soon enough we were just wandering in complete darkness. All of a sudden a huge black silhouette appeared in front of us and we nearly walked straight into it. It was a horse stood in the middle ...