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... out the Singapore K. Just a little bump each. To be sociable. That hole would have to wait. But sociable? K is pretty much the most unsociable drug in the world. Even at non-hole bump level. So when, thirty seconds after lift off, the doorbell rang none of us were quite in the right state to act accordingly.
I did my best. Mac had arrived looking for weed. Not my Mac. Another Mac. Mach 2. A nice enough guy but not a psychonaut, merely ...
... What a great month I had in Indonesia! I wish I had about three months more here. I loved everything about the country. AND, I'm super happy that I came alone. I got a lot of rally cool experiences that I think I would have missed out on had I been travelling with friends. Yay! Awesome country. I wish I could say that I'm ready to stop travelling, but sadly, that is not the case. But, since I'm starting school the day after I get back, I think for now this is ...
... temples that were a cross between the two religions.
The temples, including the two I visited today, Borobudur (Buddhist) and Prambanan (Hindu) became neglected and fell into ruins when the power shifted from Central Java to West Java around 920.
The temples are being rebuilt and millions of visitors come to see them each year.
The World's Largest Buddhist Temple!
Borobudur was built in the 9th century. The Buddhist temple has 6 ...
... 11 temples, of various sizes, the largest being the Siva (Shiva) temple which towers dramatically at close to 50 metres high. It is flanked by temples honouring the gods Vishnu and Brahma. Three smaller temples sit in front of the larger temples and each of these is dedicated to the ‘vehicles’ or transportation of the gods represented: Nandi, the bull, for Siva; Hamsa, the sacred ...
... 2. I would advise on taking this train journey it really was a good one and very cheap I imagine. The train windows did have a lot of large cracks and chips in them apparently from kids throwing stones at the tourists. The toilet was clean and easily useable but it was just a hole onto the tracks. We took taxis from the station to the hotel which had already been organised by Jimmy our local guide and Karens contact. When we arrived at ...