Cangkringan Jogja Villas & Spa
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... selling different items. We made our way down the street, stopping off in most shops and checking out their selection and prices before deciding on anything in particular. I was also on the lookout for batik fabrics for quilting like the ones we get at home. We paused part way through our shopping to eat lunch at a place where we had a very tasty mie goreng and chicken in coconut milk. Afterwards we returned to Malioboro and continued on our way, picking ...
... of Capsule homestay is merely a neglected building with broken windows and a sign advertising Indomart. This was a bit of a problem when our taxi driver pulled up there at 10:30 at night with the intention that we should still get out. The road to say the least was the most unwelcoming, unnerving road I've ever come across in my travels. It had dodgy written all over it, one of those places where you instantly feel unsafe and grab onto your ...
... airport, is awesome in comparison to the last few we've been in. There's fast food chains, rows of ATM's, cafe's and a whole load of space....that's arrivals....I can't wait to see departures. Not saying I want out of Jakarta already you understand, despite the build up and the nagging sense that we probably shouldn't even have come here....more that I can have a burger..... Although our plane seemed full of an entirely different class of pushy ******, the airport was not, ...
... While in Yogyakarta I repeated the trip to the market with two of my travel mates, so that I had sirsak for breakfast every day.
The first day in Yogyakarta we went to Borobudur, and in the evenig for dinner. We wanted to eat at Via via, but were too big of a group and couldn't get a table for the entire group, so that at the end we went back to Easy going. That evening some of us went to a nearby bar with live music called Rasta Bar.
... for 6am to head to some more temples in the morning. Sunday: There's always a little bit of miscommunication with Vien, so he picked us up at 7am instead, We were definitely thankful for the extra hour of sleep! We have only had 1 "sleep in" day where we got out of bed around 830 or 9. All of the other mornings we have been getting up between 5 and 630am! Off we go on another day-long adventure...but it was a rough start! Vien's first stop was a local Javanese fast-food ...
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