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... where to walk. We journeyed along an alley way (grabbing some tasty corn on the cob on route) towards the sea. We arrived at the coastline which was a rocky cliff. Below us was a curved bay with two rock outcrops at either ends. On both ends were small temples. We explored these before walking to the main temple. It was down next to the beach on a flat section of rock in the ocean. The waves were lapping up against the temple. You couldn't see which sections of ...
... amazing and even in a cave on the top was a temple. The water was bright turquoise even though it was overcast. The next beach we stopped at was Dreamland beach which was not very visible due to the high tide.
The beach from the movie Eat Pray Love was full of people but it must have been a nice little beach before the film came out and no one knew about it.
... We could have stayed there all day, unfortunately I didn't take any pictures that I can download immediately so you'll just have to use your imagination. We also saw a one day old hippo, who was very camera shy (no photos) and a four month old elephant, who with her mother was waiting to be fed bananas. We waited with them for about half an hour to be told that the bananas weren't coming. I think we were all disappointed and the ...
... a small bit of the normal price
in a amazing bamboo bungalow with open air-bathroom; shower under the stars is
quiet awesome. Next to that there were 3 swimming pools that we all tried out,
a big quiet office for Wilbert to write his essay, and 12 man working there for
a total of 7 guests. Kathrin also tried out her flexibility on intensive Yoga-classes.
We felt a little shy about all this luxury, after many days of cheap ...
... nearest. It is sad to say goodbye to Java after all this time. I have really enjoyed the relaxed mixture of the country, 90% Muslim, but with a modern practical approach to the religion. Quite western in someways, clothes and hairstyles, but very traditional farming, 1000s of mopeds, mosques on every corner/ village, call for prayers. Huge huge population. Mei Goreng (fried noodles), Nasi Goreng (fried rice), Soto Ayam (chicken soup), Sate Ayam (chicken sate) and ...