Cangkringan Jogja Villas & Spa
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... had wiped out many houses, and to places that were steaming, the rocks still warm... Apparently it erupts every 4-5 years, so its due again now... Post-volcano we went to Parangtritus beach, picking up Rani and her friend on the way. Being Poojas last day in Indonesia she really wanted to do some paragliding... By UK standards it was super cheap, but by Indonesian standards it was a bit of a chunk so as I'd already been spending too much so thought I would give it ...
... their systems. We boarded the train to Yogyakarta departing at 7am and arriving just before 3pm. Aforementioned in the Bandung entry, the scenery on the train journeys is simply fantastic. It was a pleasurable 8 hours as we travelled through the countryside with the sun beaming down - definitely a recommendation if anyone should come to Indonesia! When we arrive in Yogyakarta, or Jogja to the locals we walked to our accommodation - a good three to four mile trek! It was hard work but ...
... br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">way from Mike and me and Kirsty were off to the Ramayana ballet. We passed a
load of boys screaming that they have love for us, then a school group picture
and finally the ballet. We had dinner at the theater and we sat at a table on
the lawn which overlooked Prambanan temple that was lite up. It ...
So we went back to Probolinggo and then took another bus headed for Yogyakarta. This 8 hour bus journey turned out to be nearly 12! Fun times!! It was comfy as minibuses go but we didn't have much leg room and the guy didn't stop for food until 5pm, we had been in it since 11! Anyway we made friends with a couple of Dutch girls and found a hotel together when we arrived. The next day we walked ...
... I found out that I could work on the computer while I am in
the car, this is great as I have every day a lot of hours on the roads. To look
at rice fields is interesting but not for 5 hours a day.
Thursday, after teaching from 9 to 2 we drove 7 hours to
Solo where I had 1 very short night we left at 04.00. The teaching was very
special as people from the community were invited to attend the lectures in the
hospital. They were ...