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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.
... in the pool including the fish! The only people spared were the King and Queen. It was hilarious and everyone had a good laugh. I have seen these ceremonies a few times before but never have I seen the Captain end up in the pool - such a good sport! Needless to say the pool was closed down after this for emptying , cleaning and refilling.
A special thanks to my friend Gill from England for letting me use a few of her pictures for this blog entry.
... in ancient times) but the other types of meat mentioned, are quite common.
It all comes in standard portion sizes and is eaten with white rice. The sate was good and well prepared and the curry was also good, but not like the Indian method of preparation which we are more accustomed to. The Indian method is thicker and spicier but this ...