Royal Dago Hotel
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... path to gain a better view and a more peaceful surrounding, i.e. away from the various market sellers. This was our first glimpse of what is likely in store over the next few days.
On the way back to the hotel we stopped off at the floating market. Although not the magnitude and buzz we witnessed in Thailand, it was a very peaceful setting and a beautiful area to walk around. We stopped at an area where various ...
... desserts. Once again our private tour guide, who stayed with us as we joined the bus tour, gave us rain ponchos and told us that the rain was coming. And then he said NOW and IT DID. Beautiful warm, tropical rain.
We said goodbye to Borobudur by boarding bus #8 and with 7 police escorts, sirens and flashing light, headed back to the ship, a welcomed sight we hadn't seen in two days.
Next stop - ...
... decided on a small canteen style restaurant which had everything pre cooked and sitting in the window. (For how long we were not sure)The menu was simple; a cup of rice with some yellow stuff on it, next to some green leafy stuff, a spoon full if chili, and a choice of meat (chicken, lamb, squid, fish, and unknown). I played it safe and had the lamb, and flo had the lamb and ...
... complications is always a huge boost to my day and positivity.
Things aren't perfect in Indo, but Kyle and I are doing our best to make things work. We still have our days of Hate On for Indo, but it doesn't get us anywhere. We're here so we might as well make the most of it. Me travelling around like a local, is another step.
I'm just putting this positive feeling in my pocket, and keeping it for a day when I'm going to really need it.
... an xylophone you wiggle!
Udjo was an absolute BLAST! They had a fantastic souvenir shop so I was finally able to buy some postcards and other fun stuff. Even bought myself a travel conklah (c = ch sound) which is basically the Filipino sunkah with the shells and the bowls. Awesome game I haven't played since I was much younger, but I've managed to remember the rules and taught Kyle how to play. So far I've won every game, but I'm sure Kyle will figure out ...