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... to stop and buy food and drink as you pass through villages. The only risk there are local villagers who fire away with questions in Indonesian or Javanese. We’ve not quite graduated much beyond ‘Namaku Paul’ or ‘Namaku Dara’, unless you count basic numbers, various food names, thank you, you’re welcome and Hati Hati (be careful).
The flight from Denpasar Bali to Surabaya Java was quicker than I thought was even possible. By the time I had read the Air Asia mags article on why we shouldn't be killing sharks the pilot was already announcing to put our seat upright and trays away for landing. I genuinely thought it was a joke. So we needed up gaining time in our lives due to the 1 hour time difference, always good to have a bit more of life to live. This is where hell hit us ...
... aggressive sellers. Dave was so intent on drowning them out that Jacqui had to call him back when he was asked to return his sarong. The seemingly endless market stalls gave Jacqui chance to pick up some replacement trousers, and we eventually got back to the moped for the ride home. Traffic was heavy in Yogya itself as we returned to the hotel for a swim.
After dropping the scooter back, we went for food before returning to the internet ...
... map was not to scale and we walked for hours along main roads in the sweltering heat all to find a restaurant we'd read about. To fit with the theme of our trip; we couldn't find it. But fate intervened and we ended up elsewhere and I can safely say it was the best veggie burger I've ever had in my life! See, sometimes it's good to get lost. On Friday we caught a bus to Prambanan Temple. The bus was small and for some reason the tiny seats were squashed ...
... to do an hours trip. Pull into Prambanan temple which is the 3rd and final stop on the tour. It is also a 9th century Hindu temple and it turns out that this is just the largest temple in a complex of smaller templey type affairs. We only have an hour though so we make the most of wandering round this one and photoing it to death. Leah spots a kid passed out through heat exhaustion and gives the family one of our bottles of water. The next 45 mins consists ...