Queen of the South Beach Resort
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... are washed (thoroughly, we hoped) and roasted. They claim the the animal's digestive tract removes the acid from the beans, resulting in an exceptionally smooth brew. Indeed, it was quite good and Jed wanted beans of his own. Dorrie and I also opted for a 100 gram bag for a total of IRP500k! Quite expensive coffee (or should I say 'crapacinno'), but according to the BBC it sells for upwards of $60 per cup in New York! Thumb pecked on my iPhone...please excuse the ...
... of Brahma and Vishnu. Opposite these are three smaller temples, built in the same style in honour of the god's steeds: Nandi (a cow), Hamsa (a swan), and Garuda (a mythical bird). We were able to enter all of these save Shiva's temple, which was surrounded by scaffolding. Each one was decorated with bas-relief images which told prominent Hindu tales. We later learned these stories (which differed markedly from our own interpretations) in a very preachy film.
... to order food only way too much. Lucky for me they brought everything at once, soup, rice, vegetables, fish coconut milk. I decided to stick to the delicious sweet and sour fish with some rice. The hotel guard was really happy with my leftovers.
Time to start teaching in my next blog I will talk about what I really am doing here besides having fun as a regular tourist.
With the sound of music for the party I am sitting on my bed (the chairs are really ...
... held it’s own in amongst the temples of Angkor. After 3 hours we jumped back in the minibus and made it back to the hotel just after 10am where we hit the sack to catch up on some sleep for a few hours.
After eventually waking mid-afternoon we headed out for some food and tried to figure out our next steps after Yogyakarta. We new we wanted to head to Bali via mount Bromo but just needed to figure out the best way. Yogyakarta is littered with hundreds of ...
Hired the scooter for another day and first went to the bird market. It used to be based at Pasar Ngasem near Taman Sari but has now relocated to Pasty a couple of km's away. As much as i don’t like to see animals/birds locked up in cages the ones on display all looked very healthy and were singing away like crazy so i like to think they were happy little ...