Travel Blogs from Semarang
... with trees around the edge providing shade from the sun, with beautifully painted seats arranged around. Dave got quite excited and started playing hide and seek in the numerous open pavilions dotted around. There were beautiful gardens and ponds with fish, and looking closely in one pond we thought we could see tadpoles. Then we hear the unmistakeable croaking of frogs, and in a cool shady pool we see dozens of frogs and toads of various shapes and ...
... Now the most difficult part, walking down some very slippery raw terrain of the mountain. All the way, it was extremely painful for our thighs and toes and somehow, we arrived at the base station around 6.40 pm. The entire walk took us around 3 hours, a mere 9 kilometre walk through difficult ...
... applicable to this temple. The first one is to enter the outer yard of the temple and to enter the temple proper and visit the tomb, there is another entrance fee, though only minimal.
This temple is a must visit place in this city. We spent almost an hour here and then departed to the next destination in the city.
The other project HIV/AIDS came to have a road show at Ar Rodiyah, the orphanage I am working at, and I joined them. Before that, SMA 3 students came to have an activity with them. It's the first time kids saw so many people, especially so many foreigners (10 EPs from different countries).
The kids are so happy and try to take photos ...
Things get really well, after the injection, I felt a lot better, and the doctor allowed me to go back home to rest. I got a letter from the doctor for the permission of staying at home for 3 days. so cant go to Ar Rodiyah for work.
I feel so weak and tirest that I counld not join the city tour for EPs, which means I have to find another time to go to Lawan Sewu and the Great Mosque.
Have to drink more water and eat lots of fruit from now ...
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