Travel Blogs from Yogyakarta
... an AMAZING monkey forest temple with over 200 fearless monkeys who will come within inches of you or even climb on top of you if you have food. I got out of the city by doing a bike tour through the surrounding villages and countryside - filled with rice paddies and small farms! Another highlight included a trip to a coffee plantation where I sampled 10 delicious flavors!
Next I visited a town called Bedegul, one of the very few Muslim towns in Bali. It's ...
... I placed over each drainpipe in my room. Hopefully that will keep new crawlers and creepers away tonight. Our 3 rooms have already a working AC.
I almost have filled 2 pages now I only have to find Internet and I can post this blog.
The shower has warm water but apparently nobody used it as it is positioned in such a way that the ceiling and the opposite wall get really wet. With a bit of wriggling I got the thing out of the wall and enjoyed a nice shower. ...
The rest of the days was spent exploring Malioboro street. Lots of Batik stores and most shops or roadside stores are selling the same stuffs. Came to my attention, there are lots of horse carriages and tri-shaws which you can hire to bring you around Malioboro if you are lazy to explore by foot. Another interesting sight. When it is dinner time, i noticed food stores are set up at the pavement. A ...
... Bandung at 8am, with Kaliurang my next destination. I headed out after a failed nights sleep, got to love the snorers when you staying in a dorm,
I had joy of an 7 hour train journey to look forward too. It being Indonesia, I wasn't sure what to expect about the trains, but this part of Indonesia, is exceptional modern, so I actually found myself in an air conditioned carriage and a very comfortable seat with lots of leg room. The journey down was ...
... experience that was really a pleasure: my hand being attacked by hundreds of girls who, fortunately for Fraser, were not allowed any physical contact with men.
Saying our goodbyes and heading off we enjoyed the feeling of wind in our hair as we took our next ride in the back of a small truck. Enjoyed, that is, until it started pouring with rain, each downhill slope sending pools of water flooding our way. We hurriedly got out and into ...
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Other places to stay in Yogyakarta
Kaliurang street km 17.5, pakem, Yogyakarta | 4 star villafrom $251