Tegal Plaza Hotel
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- 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 ...
... never moved so that was ok. It was a very posh looking hotel with amazing traditional furniture but the promised wifi didn't work, there was no staff to cook, in fact there was no staff at all and although I had a fabulous room with en suite (and for once the hot water actually worked), there was no sink! Why?? Brushing my teeth proved problematic! As I couldn't find any staff anywhere I hailed myself a red Angkot on the road outside and tried to make the ...
... was watermelon, pineapple and banana fritters. We washed it all down with bintang beer and were at a table with a German couple. The guy worked for Porsche and she taught elementary kids.
Lastly, we saw a Ramayana theatre performance, which is just a few metres from the buffet. We sat in class I which meant that our seats were rather hard (made of stone) so a sore bum was inevitable, though the view was good. Those in V.I.P ...
... that dominate Indonesia, fantasy, devils, serpents and black-magic are all there.
I loved the Puri Lukisan Museum in Ubud as a beautifully manicured garden and water garden with a sense of serenity. I felt this even as I paid the extortionate sounding entry fee of 50,000. IRP. OK so I lie a bit. 100,000 IRP is really $10 US which makes the fee somewhere in the GBP region of about 3 quid. Oh and one gets a free Coke or Sprite. And art too, I could ...