Sahid Raya Yogyakarta
- Swimming pool
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... the movement of the music, did not care of all the people watching, I could have watched them forever, but it ended after about 15 minutes. Then the men’s dance came, very different movements, although a bit feminine movements. Their bodies and outfit and even make up told a story together with the movement and the music. This was something I can’t really explain with words, I just felt it. We saw in total of four performances, which lasted an hour.
From Surabaya to Yogyakarta it was going to be my last bus ride on this trip. I intended to take a night bus. I left at 9pm and was supposed to arrive at my destinationa at 5am. From there I directly wanted to take the first bus to a nearby temple.
At a few minutes before 9 o clock I asked which bus I had to take. I was directly guided to a local, less expensive bus. By now I was used to all kind of buses I would not miss the lack of comfort I d get on a tourist bus, would ...
... the ones in Surabaya.
We went to the Prambanan and Borobudur temple complexes by bike. After Lombok and Bali I thought I knew the traffic by now and seen it all. This was actually not the case. Yogyakarta was even more crazy than the other places I have visited.
Not to forget that is was raining season so it rained quite a bit when we drived to the Prambanan and Borobudur temple ...
... find some antiseptic cream and Internet and book my train ticket to Jakarta for tomorrow. The girls, and Yves, a friend of Ines's who'd joined us that day, also studying but in Jakarta not Bali, went off to try and book some sort of tour to Marapi volcano, the most active volcano in the world last erupting in 2010. We decided to eat somewhere else that evening but I wish we had just went back to Bedhot Resto, sometimes its best to stick with what you know, especially if ...
... I was thinking about something local and suddenly came out in my mind, a Chinese restaurant in Magelang where my family used to eat on special occasion. The taste was different from Chinese food in Jakarta. The food in the restaurant is still delicious as ever. We ordered cap cay, babi panggang, sapo tahu.
We shopped batik before we went to our hotel. It was Tjokro Suharto, a vintage souvenir shop. We found cute batik dresses for ...