Tegal Plaza Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 ...
... spent the last 48 hours living one hour ahead of the rest of the population. Breakfast did indeed appear at 6am, a veritable banquet, in fact all the stuff that he had been "buggering about with," an hour earlier. I apologised, and think he seemed to understand the time mix up... Unfortunately this means that if we want to keep to our dawn cycling and stay out of the strong sun as much as possible, then we now need to get up at 4.15am for a 5am start, ...
... It was absolutely vile! Sickly sweet green glue mixed with sour milk wasn't what I needed but that's all I got. The view from the hotel at the back was fabulous. It was above a little stream with a waterfall backing on to rice fields with fields behind and then a volcano at the back. The perfect setting and as I had the whole hotel to myself I commandeered the balcony area to read my book when I was there. Then I spotted a huge spider in a web but he stayed ...
... way too early but follow him. There is a Trigana plane on the Tarmac just outside the door so realise that's not our airline and there are no other aircraft around. We actually see the Kalstar jet land and park right outside the door, last time on Kalstar it was a Ryan Air free for all do want to make sure we get on quickly to sit together. We board and this time we aim for our seat number, we are on the middle exit so loads of leg room. ...
... armchairs to rest their bones on and they paid double. The seats we got were 10 Euros p.p. The Ramayana has many parts to it and it lasted for about 2 hrs (see link below**). After the show some tourists went to have their pics taken with the stars of the show.