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We awoke from a lay-in to go in search of breakfast. The effects of our sleep clearly hadn't worn off as we managed to leave without paying, and hadn't even realised until we were packing our bags and checking out of the homestay. The staff didn't seem even slightly concerned when we returned with an apology and a handful of rupiah, and we were soon on our way to the National Monument.
The monument is a tall spire ...
"so wake me up when it's all over
when I'm wiser and I'm older
all this time I was finding myself
and I didn't know I was lost"
#Wake me up-avicii
More we are get travel, more we are relaxed to prepare it. After north Sumatra trip that seems performed with sudden preparation, travel to Malaysia less getting started. The Hotel had been sought by my partners on a trip abroad, Rista. While itinerary ...
... I also got a load of the blog completed. The shopkeeper next to our little camp and some of the security personal had started to talk to us about where we were from and going and so on. They all supported one of the big four football clubs from the premier league and had a very good geographical knowledge of where the teams are located. I told the I supported Aston Villa and one of them said oh you live in Birmingham, they had not heard ...
... have nothing on this place..
The homes so palatial, outstanding, over the top it is amazing.. Houses as large as land space but 2 or 3 storeys high .
#...5 bedroom 5 bathroom 2 storey Land:1100m2 Building:973m2 Price Aus$3.5 million
#. 5 bedroom 8 bathroom pool. 2 storey Land:1.478 m2 Building :1,000 m2 Price:Aus$6 million
Will let the photos talk there..
In this local ...
... in Yogyakarta for one more day (in case Rob’s dodgy belly was to continue over a day) from a long day of travelling, and decided to fly to Bali from here instead.
We moved rooms after breakfast, walked into city centre, being asked where we were from, if we wanted to see art shows done by them or relatives helping with schools – apparently, this is the gimmick used to get foreigners to buy. One guy shook our hand and said ...