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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... For over a thousand years it was hidden by jungle overgrowth until the restoration project of 1975-82 was done with the help of UNESCO. It is now one of the most visited site in all of Indonesia. I had never heard of it and almost by-passed it in the HAL excursion book....but everybody else was raving about it - so I hastened to book the tour in case it sold out. Pricey by my standards ( $219.95/thanx ldm for yet another BD present!!!) but silly to miss it!! Its a 9 hr. trip - ...
... ordinary street market no sir. Dozens of odd flip flops waiting for a partner, bits of odd crockery books, magazines and heaven only knows what else is for sale. Now we cause quite a stir as we suspect by now we are way off the normal tourist track. We look at one stall and I ask if I can take a photo, which causes rather a stir. The lady in question is delighted and full of smiles, until it is time to pose for the photo, when she becomes rather stiff and ...
... at Tlogo Agro Plantation about 1300 feet above sea level which was founded in 1856.
David & I had visited a coffee plantation once before in Colombia which we found very interesting as we saw in depth the process of producing coffee from seed sapling to the final roasted & packaged coffee beans. Unfortunately at Tlogo Agro whilst we were shown coffee plants and a display of some of the processes it was all based around a resort type complex, which was ...
... 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 ...