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... anything from TVs to fridges. There were no supermarkets and all the warungs looked a lot dirtier than any others I've seen so far. The biggest saving grace was managing to find a nice warung where we tried lewit ayam, the traditional local meal. Coconut rice with chicken, shallots, chilli, unripe papaya and who knows what else! Very tasty! And I washed it down with a ginger tea which, even though I don't like ginger, was very good. On the way back ...
... as possible!
We had a good walk around the temple anyway and found that we were more impressed by the environment around it as it was surrounded by lush mountainous jungles! It was a place I could have sat contemplating for many an hour!
Prambanan was possibly a little more interesting for us as even though it had the same structure and layout as many of the temples we have seen previously it was actually a Hindu temple which is something we ...
... was really good! Candi Ceto I didn't enjoy as much because it was busier and less beautiful in my opinion, but it is cool that it is still a temple where Hindus come to pray. I was getting sick of people asking to get a picture with me by the end of that visit though. I could never be a celebrity. After Candi Ceto we went to a tea plantation and had some really good tea. ...
... full force since Ramadan has ended and now we "know" the whole 10 minute dance! The performance is only 1.5 weeks away but we are far from perfect still. From what I understand, we are performing at "Car Free Days" on stage next Sunday (Sept. 1) in support of Cerebral Palsy awareness. We will also be getting our hair and makeup done like traditional Javanese dancers...super cool! Tonight we made plans with some of the therapists from PNTC to go see a movie at Solo Square (one ...
... were huge and I don't think we realized just how over our heads we were. Then last night we had a yummy supper at Ramahala and then Bintang beers on the beach with two guys we met, Roel (Swedish/Danish) and Phil (German) after being absolutely exhausted came home. I was woken by a terrible earache so ventured out to the Apotek this AM and had fun translating to get ear drops. We attempted the surf again today and the waves were way smaller, still didn't manage to get up but we ...