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... in stopping and talking to us, here everyone is carrying a camera and want to have their picture taken with us. Of course as soon as you do it for one there is a line of others waiting for the chance at their photo opportunity. It gets to be awkward when you have to say no to the requests although I think if we started charging for this we,may be able to finance our travels a bit. "Pictures with the big pale white people, only 1 dolla . Get your pictures ...
... the idea of sending you some to try, but at $160 per lb we thought not!). Since the cats were kept in good conditions we decided to try some of the coffee and it wasn’t too bad in fact!
4pm ish saw us get a car to Wonosobo an hour and a half away on some very poor roads- saying goodbye to the owners of the hotel and Eric we felt like old friends already and we will definitely be writing up a good review on trip advisor asap! Wonosobo is known as the gateway ...
... in their traditional Indonesian dress.
Day 2 was the official wedding ceremonies. They included both Indonesian and Catholic ceremonies, and again were interesting and beautiful. Once again, Dani wowed in her dress. I hope the pictures do her justice, and you can see some of the festivities.
We spent one more day in the nice hotel, and then flew to Bangkok for the final weeks of our 6-month adventure.
... Rd is the main backpacker/tourist area of Yogyakarta and therefore is lined with row upon row of souvenir stalls and shops. The array of items is vast; you can everything from t-shirts, to batik bags, to bracelets, to wooden puppets, to indonesian sweets. The stalls were fast-paced, colourful and rather humid, but an enjoyable experience none-the-less. To add to the frantic atmosphere, Malioboro is based around a busy main road filled with cars, bikes, buses, becaks, and ...
... any of the locals. Jayadwi, it was a pleasure meeting you and a real joy to share my love of Muse with you, including their latest album.
Arriving into Probolinggo at midnight and catching a moto taxi to my hotel, I arrived into Hotel Panorama, 6km from town, overpriced (150,000) and a complete s**thole! Knowing that I needed an early night, in order for the next day’s mission, I settled down with thoughts that they should just burn the place to the ground!