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- Swimming pool
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- Pets allowed
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17/10/2015 – Gunung Kidul
After heaving some health issues related to either food or unhygienic conditions, we really needed to get out of our place…. Going to the see the beaches of Gunung Kidul made us forget about our troubles completely. The area Gunung Kidul has approximately 10 beaches, but some of them cannot be accessed with a car, and the area is quite big, which had meant that we had to make some choices which beaches we went to see. After ...
Woke up at 4, which was a bit of a struggle but fine. Went to the temple for sunrise and got dropped off near entrance. Was so dark to begin with and got given torches. Steps were very steep. Place looked amazing even in dark tho. Sagz became or guide and read off Wikipedia and told us everything we needed to know lol. Started to become light and we could see the mountains but was ...
... and how he asked her hand in marriage. I forgot
this tiny little detail that he is Muslim, which means that the story is very
different than what I would expect. Seriously, I have the outmost respect for
them! Choosing your partner for life is very difficult here, especially,
because you have to go through a very long and awkward process. First they met
when they were young, but actually they met at the university campus. They didn’t
... by half 10 and soon crashing after the coffee energy boost, decided on a nap to rejuvenate for the rest of the day. It also gave me chance to check the GTFC highlights, I was pretty moody last night after such silly and frustrating goals to have conceded, and the highlights simply reaffirmed this! On to Tuesday anyway. Rested up we went out for lunch down the main exciting restaurant street the really friendly staff told us all about. The place ...
... we watched a Wayang (traditional puppet) show and ate delicious chive seasoned tofu. Then we watched traditional pottery being made, and got to have a go too. Catherine's pot was rather lovely, whereas mine held very little aesthetic appeal to say the least.
A lovely lunch was followed by a walk round a Buddhist monastery, and we visited the adjacent ancient Buddhist temple too. It was an impressive building, circa 9/10th century - it made me think of Angkor Wat or ...