Hotel Bahari Inn
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... bed, an only slightly sweet coconut rice pudding thing, followed by chicken, fish and tempe with rice and spicy sauces. Before we got on the road again Putris brother took me on his motorbike to see the awesome view nearby... Not to be missed!
We were soon on the way and now with a new cassette tape of what started as an awesome mix of songs, thou 9 hrs later were starting to grate a little... Included in this variety packet of joy was Will Smith, a Tribe Called Quest, De La ...
... line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">exploring the jungle and that's what you find, incredible, I would love to
read their blog or diary. I was not aware buddist were into large temples but
you can imagine them walking the layers in prayer working there way up to the
top layer where it is plain and your mind is clear but I ...
... were closed. Apparently all museums in Indonesia are closed on Mondays! Combined with the fact that it was cold, damp and cloudy with no views to be had at all meant that after a coffee break i headed off to the Prambanan complex – the best remaining examples of Javas period of Hindu cultural development. The ride took ages however so i didn’t get there until 4:30pm and as it shuts at 5:30pm decided to visit another day (maybe) ...
... over the grey clouds that had formed its own shield in front of it. Oh well. Regardless of the sun rise, the view was absolutely stunning. Even the pictures make it look unreal. We guess it just was. Unreal.
Following the sunrise, we returned to the Jeep where we were taken to the bottom of Mount Bromo – giving us the opportunity to climb up it and peer inside its steaming cauldron. Unfortunately even this was as rammed as our early ...
... Magelang, in the southern part of Central Java, about 42 km from Yogyakarta city, at the centre of the island of Java, Indonesia.
This colossal temple was built between AD 750 and 842: 300 years before Cambodia's Angkor Wat, 400 years before work had begun on the great European cathedrals. Little is known about its early history except that a huge army of workers worked in the tropical heat to shift and carve the 60,000 m