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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... because of the contamination in the water, due to the silver manufacture facility nearby. The smile on their faces when they saw me, as a complete stranger from a different part of the world, was priceless. The little girl was adorable, she showed me pictures in her book, her mother was also insanely happy to meet me, and she tried her best to speak to me! We went for a walk in Kotagede. Here the remaining of Mataram Sultanate can be found, and the oldest mosque in the region. ...
The last minute flight from Labuan Bajo to Bali was on a very small propeller plane. Both Chris and I were a little nervous as we climbed the small and very few steps into the plane and took our seats in the second row. We had reason to feel nervous since an aeroplane had gone missing in Eastern Indonesia a couple of days before. However, as soon as we were in the air the incredible views over the world's biggest archipelagic state were enough to take our minds off the nerves. ...
On the 5th we woke at 4.45am ready for our transport to Borobudur Temple. It had rained in the early hours of the night and was quite a chilly morning! Borobudur Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in the world. It is now very well kept and very impressive with over 2500 reliefs depicting different stories running along the walls. It was completed in 825, but in the 1300s when Java converted to Islam the temple was abandoned. The temple was ...
Next morning we briefly visited a rural village and met with workers ina local snack factory and a tofu factory. Then we set out for the colossal Prambanan Temple, which UNESCO calls "one of the great Hindu monuments in the world."
We approached the sacred site from the east, passing the small Hindu temple of Mendut to Sambisari temple, a Hindu temple constructed in the 9th century. Undiscovered until ...
... In five minutes, we were already in Malioboro street, the main street, which is full of little shops and art galleries. The sidewalks are also full of people selling stuff and tourists, and the streets are crowded with carts pulled by horses. All this makes it really hard and annoying to walk along this street. And beware of the men inviting you to free art expositions. They are just trying to lure you in the shops to get you to buy some painting. They seem really nice ...