MesaStila Wellness Retreat
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"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark Twain. We landed 1 hour and 20 minutes later, got a cab to our hotel Colombo which was 10 min away. After having checked in and a shower we went down to the pool for a drink and a ...
... way to the Mt Bromo lookout point on Gunung Penanjakan.
The journey up to the lookout was great, just rattling around on the back of the 4WD as we sped over the Sea of Sand at the base of Bromo. It felt like a scene from Mad Max as scores of motorbikes and 4WD's zig zagged their way across the sand all racing to get to the viewpoint first! Finally we arrived at the parking place and it was carnage - scooters everywhere offering ...
Chris and I hopped on a quick flight to Indonesia today. The destination: Borobudur, the largest Buddhist temple in the world.
Borobudur is about 90 minutes from Yogyakarta (pronounced Jogjakarta) and since we only have 1 full day there I decided to book us a room at the Manohara Resort, which is set literally right next door to Borobudur.
After the 90 minute car ride, where ...
... 8am what's the rush man. Back at the hotel we showered, unusual for me but I had sand in all the nooks and crannys and had breakfast. After breakfast we chilled out in the cool climate until we got our transfer which was a small mini bus. There was a girl onboard asking where her air conditioned car was haha welcome to budget Asia. Back at Probolingo it was onto another mini bus. Of course it was hot and we began to really look forward to our lunch stop at the ...
... the road following a ridge with a steep drop-off into valleys on each side. The view was quite amazing, and it was hard to keep your attention on the road and not to keep looking off to either side. The valley sides were incredibly steep, yet every portion of it was divided up into small parcels of farming land. Many people were out working these plots, on slopes or 45%25 or more, and it must have been such hard work for them to haul their sacks of potatoes, onions, garlic ...