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This is the tallest Hindu temple in the world built around the 10th century AD.
It is not painted like the temples in India. It is quite striking and beautiful. The temple is a temple of the god Siva with adjunct temples around it dedicated to Ganesh (Siva's son), Siva's wife Durga, Brahma and Vishnu. Around the ...
... over 1,000 years apparently, due to its topography and the surrounding clay courtesy of 3 nearby volcanoes. We tried our hand at pottery and each made a little something with the help of the lady and had some tea whilst we checked out the area. We had a great laugh with the Eric and his 2 friends, and it felt like we were just messing about with mates rather than on an organised tour.
A real highlight of the trip was just bessing through the countryside on ...
... them get their stuff from under the bus, dumping it at the side of the road before the bus pulled away, with the second driver running alongside to catch up and jump on again. The last hour of the journey seemed to take forever but eventually we arrived around 7.30 to bus station. I got off and was immediately harassed by people wanting to take me to town with whatever mode of transport they had. One guy wanted to take me the 10km on his tuk tuk, i politely declined. I'd read in ...
... enormous wheeled suitcase so I could load you up with souvenirs.
For taxis here they use a few different vehicles. One is the 3-wheel cart connected to a bicycle. But, what is this. Many of the bicycles are not peddled by the biker like in other countries. They have small electric motors attached! Here they call them a "becak". There are also 4-wheel carts pulled by horses. These are called "andong". These are not just tourists gimmicks, I see local people ...
... ferry until about 6pm. The ferry ride was about 1 hour, putting us at the Banyuwangi train station around 7pm (6pm local time as there's an hour time difference from Bali to Java). We bought our tickets to Surabaya and Yogyakarta and then waited for the train which left at 10pm. While waiting we were greeted by security who moved us to their executive lounge (as we had bought executive class tickets) where we could watch TV and enjoy the AC. In ...