Tegal Plaza Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... my tablet by listening to back-to-back podcasts... Mainly Richard Herring (RHLSTP) with a bit of the infinate monkey cage (Robin Ince & Brian Cox) and a couple of Scroobious pip's relatively new podcast (listen to the one with Jodi Ann Bickley.. What an inspiration!)
Eventually we arrived at Putris family home where I was chaperoned upstairs to rest on a comfy double bed, and later brought some noodles and tea... All too soon it was morning and, again I was brought ...
... out to be ok in the end, although we couldn't shake the lingering suspicion that most of the rooms were probably not used for an entire night. Stranger still, we stumbled upon an amazing cafe bar just opposite (déjà vulgar cafe) run by a guy named Soni who was incredibly friendly and even gave us his phone number to call if we had any problems during our travels. He and his band who were playing a set there that evening proceeded to serenade us with a selection of western ...
... but then again they neverare. We did have a lovely view of rice paddies though.
An early rise to see Boro first thing, am glad we did not pay the 'sunrise' surcharge before 6am as the weather was pretty **** and cloudy. We shared the experience with hordes of other tourists and masses of Indonesian school groups who insisted on having their picture taken with us all ...
... our hotel for our pick up, all the hotels seem to work together on things as Manohara seems to have everything sown up.
We get back in time for breakfast and intend to do very little today, which we achieve in fine style. We sit around the lovely relax area using wifi for forward research with competing 'pub singers' in the background.
We have some dinner in the restaurant again this time we go for the local dishes which are quite ...
... climbing up for an early morning visit. A lot of them were school children. Getting back to our meeting point with our driver was a challenge, we ended up weaving through a tourist trap market of the usual tat, before we managed to find our way again.
A little breakfast was included in our entry fee (which by the way was about $40, not cheap!) So we sat and enjoyed a cuppa with a deep fried banana (!) The drive ...