Indraloka Family Home Stay
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... and rules of society, perhaps through some explorative questions on our way we will become enlightened on this note, or perhaps not. Either way, whatever is going on underneath the surface here we are glad that we don’t have to share in it for long, and also for the sake of the locals, whatever it is, may it disperse and may peace and prosperity rule once again.
I’ve just ordered some vegetable (I hope) noodles from a train attendant who is dressed like ...
Somewhat surprising, Indonesia, a Muslim nation, is home to the largest Buddhist temple in the world, and one of the largest and most significant Hindu temples. And they are close to one another, in the backyard of Yogyakarta, where I spent three days this week. Both are World Heritage sites, built on a grand scale, and are a little over 1,000 years old.
The Buddhist temple, Borobudur, is the most visited tourist site in the country. And while ...
... 30NZD for a massive 2 double bed room including our own lounge and bathroom and free breakfast.
We chatted with Eric for a while over a beer, his English was fantastic so he was able to explain all of the sights and things to do around Borobudur. With that we decided to organise a sunrise tour of Borobudur temple tomorrow morning and then check out some of the local home industries in the surrounding villages in the arvo so an early night for everyone was in order after such a busy ...
... the way for her. These simple acts of kindness are pretty typical of everything that we have experienced from the minute we arrived in Indonesia.
Something else that we have seen a lot of in recent weeks is the amount of hard manual labour that goes on here. The poor state of many of the smaller roads, caused by the amount of rain during the wet season, means that we always ...
The day started with breakfast at the hotel before going to organise visa extensions. With this done we got a motorised cyclo (locally known as a bajaj) to the Kraton, the Sultan's palace. Despite the intense sunshine, the Sultan has decreed that no-one should wear hats whilst in his home, so we walked around in a bit of a daze until we reached a dancer accompanied by a Gamelan (gong) orchestra. This seems unlikely to take the ...