Hotel Bintang Agung
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3 hour train journey back to Jakarta. What happens next? I don't know but I'm up for the ride. My body, my eyes, burning from sweat and the heat of the sun. I left this place being grey and overcast, now it's blue skies and sun. Happy to see me. The things I do to save a buck. The hotel seemed close but far to be carrying my pack. My shirt is …
... con quello che sta a significare ogni livello. Peccato che forse uno o due piani siano completamenti accessibili per il resto riporta ancora i danni del terremoto del 2006. Come se non bastasse l’imponenza di questa massiccia costruzione il panorama che si può ammirare è notevole.
Per raggiungere l’altro tempio prendiamo la strada a nord perché vogliamo dare un occhiata al maestoso Gunung Merapi dal villaggio Kaliurang. Il tempo è nuvoloso e non si vede una ...
... How old was I?
Did I have children?
Where were my friends?
Where did I live in London?
What was different about Indonesia and London?
Every kid asked a question and the teacher graded them on how well they answered
After I had answered all their questions they told me about the temple, it’s a Hindu temple, 47 meters high, it’s the tallest in Indonesia, and it was ruined in 2002 and has been rebuilt ...
... bakar. done. turun ke jogja jam 8 malam. walaupun ga sepenuh na kenal, jogja memang kota yang ga pernah membosankan untuk dikunjungi… -***-
tiket masuk desa bleberan: 3.000
guide goa rancang: 5.000
sewa perahu PP sri gethuk: 7.500
retribusi pantai selatan: 3.800
makan siang: 25.000
parkir @2.000: 8.000
jagung bakar + kopi: 10.000
bensin full tank cukup untuk seharian.
My Dad is waiting for me in Singapore, so I'm headed there then off to Thailand, and then finally home.
It has been an amazing journey here in Indonesia, and my time has gone by too quick. I have met many really good people here and will be sad to leave them, but a return trip is in order down the road.
Let's see what the rest of this trip has to offer.
Thanks for following my journey,