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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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..situated on the northern seaboard of Java / the capital city....gateway to other cities in Central Java. A former Dutch colony and many of those colonial buildings stand today. The "must see" attraction from this port - is to Borobudur ( 100km./2hr. drive) - to the unique Buddhist temple where ten massive stone terraces, each representing a different stage of enlightenment, topped by the Great Stupa is located. Its creation - without the use of modern technology remains a ...
... dried, cleaned and fussed over, and to be honest they seemed to be enjoying all the attention. Soon we attract the attention of n old man who starts chatting away nineteen to the dozen, unfortunately we don't understand a word of it, but he points up and he is talking about the buildings around us. Again sadly in a poor state of repair but you can imagine the grace and beauty of this part of town in its prime. Onward we go in to a street market, but this ...
... to the plantation hundreds of motor cyclist on their moped/scooters weaved in and out of the traffic on their way to work, often with 2 or 3 riders on board and sometimes a complete family including the dog.
We passed rice fields, mosques, fish farms, local towns on our outward journey as our guide explained about the area of Semarang. A lovely lady but just a little bit too difficult to understand so you needed to keep a good ear to catch all she had to say.
... forward one at a time and their crimes were put before the King. The accused were charged with such crimes as: waiter - giving the Captain some bad wine; - the hairdresser turned all the passengers hair grey: - each one had a crime fitting to their station. Charges were read out by Paul the Bailiff , a.k.a. the Cruise Director. After each presentation - "GUILTY" proclaimed the King and each prisoner underwent some severe torture --- egg treatment ...
... and the Sunday Service still goes on till date. I walked around the church taking some photographs of the church and the Pastors Quarters which lies on the rear of the church.
By then, it was already 1 pm Indonesia time (2 pm Malaysian Time) and we were already hungry. There was a 'favourite' shop of the locals just across the church ...