Puri Chorus Hotel
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We were sad to be leaving the Gili Islands as we had a fantastic time in our plush resort. It took a little while to get off the islands itself; keeping with the travelling code, instead of paying for a private boat, we queued up to jump on the public boat with the locals. The public boat works on a number counter basis and will only leave once the counter reaches above #30, we bought our tickets and realised we were numbers 2 & 3 - a long ...
... br> After Borobudur we are driven to a smaller temple, Candi Mendut which is thought to have been built as a marker for finding the way to Borobudur. It also was the first temple in Indonesia to be restored and has some great reliefs and an upright sitting Buddha which is quite unusual.
After the temples we snooze and have a relaxing day of bakery, shopping and strumming (over the torrential rain) with some Skype time thrown in for good measure.
The next day we were ...
... in Hue, Vietnam. It was good to visit and get a few photos but it was a little overcrowded with school trips. We didn’t stick around too long before walking back up Malioboro road to see what else was around.
As we walked back we were approached by one of many locals who look to befriend you, asking where you’re from before coming out with a token English saying like ‘lovely jubbly’ and then passing on completely useless information in ...
... not sure I could live in close proximity to such a thing.
In the afternoon we visited Prambanan, one of the most important Hindu sites in the world. In my opinion it is as impressive, if not more impressive, than Borobudur. Prambanan originally had 240 temples standing but now boasts just a fraction, around ...
... is presented with an ordinary small machine, which means it takes a long time for all the people who go in. Indonesia: country of efficiency. They also give out free coffee and bottled water so I stuffed my bag full of those little bottles that my driver gave me who was very keen for me to see the sunrise. So I walked in and was immediately chatted at by a guide who I hired. It's a little walk through a nicely kept park to the temple. The final bit is along a pretty ...