Lor In Business Resort and Spa
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- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking hotel
- Kids pool
- Room service
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... looked like they had been set up for a meeting later that day. 6.20 am arrived, and still no sign of breakfast. I took a peek in the kitchen and saw one young man scurrying around stirring a large pot of bubbling soup and chopping vegetables. "What's he doing?" said Steve. "Buggering around with all sorts of stuff!"I said, feeling increasingly irritated by the dual torments of hunger and tardiness. Five more minutes passed and nothing appeared ...
... ethereal feel. However it also felt like something from the next Silent Hill movie. Sandi got me to try and feel the energy of the temple. Because I've taken to doing meditation sessions, something I've always been interested in, since his guided session he keeps trying to get me in touch with the energy around us. Can I say for sure that I felt something there? No, I don't think so. But I equally can't say I didn't feel anything either. A short bus ride from ...
... was! He was lost and kept asking farmers, villagers, anyone! The roads were just to say wide enough to get down and talk about "shake, rattle and roll", I was taking off in my seat that had once perhaps had springs in it! Eventually we double backed and found the hotel miles back to almost where we turned off. Flipping ek, what a journey! This place was a hotel with no staff! It was like the Marie Celeste and I waited a good half hour at the reception desk ...
... back outside the temple and went for lunch at a nearby restaurant (Borobudur Resto) that has a silver making factory and where we could check the silver making process.
Lastly, before heading back to Yogyakarta we visited the Mendut temple, a much smaller temple than Borobudur that has its own magic, as the 3 m tall Buddha in the temple is represented as if it was sitting on a chair (vs any of the positions in which Buddha is normally represented).
... Mahi Mahi and some other type of grilled fish...along with rice, of course. After lunch we took on the task of finding somewhere that we could print our Bali flight itineraries off at. People don't exactly have ready access to printers here, so we had to find a print centre that also had wifi access...not exactly the easiest! Eventually we just asked at an internet gaming centre (that 10 year olds use) if we could use their business computer to print :) Worked like ...