Srikandi Hotel

Jl. Kebon Dalem 2A, Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Jl. Kebon Dalem 2A, Yogyakarta, is near Merapi Volcano, Tugu Pahlawan, and Bukit Darmo.
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Travel Blogs from Yogyakarta

Yogyakarta - welcome to Indonesia

A travel blog entry by judith_michi on Mar 12, 2014

72 photos

... and we wanted to spend a bit more time in Indonesia. After having experienced Indonesian bureaucracy we have to conclude that it's not worse than back home in Austria: if you know what you want and have what you need, everything works out fine and two days later we could pick up our passports with our new visas. At Prambanan temple we met two local school girls who were offering tours for free, as a project for school. They were quite knowledgeable, ...

Postponing New Year a novel idea

A travel blog entry by ennyv on Feb 04, 2014

4 comments, 3 photos

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I still do not really know whom I am going to teach next week. Perhaps the same people that Tag brought to Israel, 3 home care staff were there for two weeks with MATAV, also 2 others spend three weeks training in trauma centers in Israel. By the time I finish this blog I hope to share what is happening here.

Going into the villages where (in 1991) 390 of every 100,000 women died during childbirth, I will probably be more at ease then in ...

Trimurti

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Dec 01, 2013

20 photos

... they feel nice to say almost poetic. This one was built in the 9th century as well but has not been restored to the same state as Borobudur, yet. Work is in progress. It is just concerned with Hinduism and the complex consists of temples dedicated to the Trimurti the creator Brahma, the Preserver Vishnu and the Destroyer, Shiva. The temples have a fairly small square base but are quite tall, the central temple is about 50m high. There were a number of other temples that were ...

Enter Java

A travel blog entry by canuckdive on Sep 12, 2013

5 photos

... artistic family and interactive Javanese jam session slash puppet show. Sounds strange because it was strange. After a lesson in playing traditional pots and pans we played our respective parts while a puppeteer acted out scenes with leather puppets to our rythms. It's was very amusing to say the least. Tomorrow yet another early rise for a day of complicated travel via trains and buses towards the east end of Java. After some confusion ...

(33) Borobudur and Prambanan Temples

A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jul 02, 2013

... visitors could wear what they liked. We set off through the tree lined gardens to the foot of the temple where many people had stopped to take photos, and were struck by the shear scale of Borobudur; no wonder it's the largest Buddhist temple in the world! We went up the first flight of stairs and walked around the level admiring all the detail in the stone work but also noticing that some of the Buddha statues above were missing their heads. We chose to walk up a set ...