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... Temple. It was fantastic! Temples that were built in the 1700's. These temples had also suffered through an earthquake, and a lot of the smaller temples collapsed. The stones are still there, and I think slowly, they are working at putting the pieces back together - it'll take generations. When we got to the temple site, we met two lovely young ladies who walked around the temples with us, explaining some of the things we saw. ...
... everrrr) we go for dinner and later to Banana Leaf for drinks where we play drinking games and get a little tipsy.
Then we get a taxi to a club where its full of smoke! Personally i found it awful, I couldn't breath there and left without finishing my drink. My eyes were red when I got in :0(
Vanessa, Moni & Kati decide to do the bike tour separately to the one recommended by Todd as it's half the price, it's a ...
We spent the day that we arrived in Jogjakarta relaxing in a cafe, dipping ourselves in the pool owned by another hotel nearby and exploring the area around our home stay. Quite an easy relaxed day seeing as we were pretty tired. Yesterday we went for a walk around the city, it's a very manageable sized city. We went to the sultans palace and then to the water castle, both of which unfortunately were quite visibly damaged ...
... week it has been really noticeable how much of a battering your body takes with all of this challenging cycling. Small inclines that previously would barely cause you to increase your effort levels all of a sudden cause you to drop to your lowest gears and pant your way up. Each day seems somehow, impossibly, to be harder than the day before and to take that little bit more out of you. All of which is just to say that we really needed this two-day break and fully intend to ...
... on our way in and ascended the first steps into the central temple. From the first tier, it was possible to make out the dozens of separate piles of blocks, which had once been the outlying temples and now lay in sorted heaps ready for reassembly. A later walk through these was like entering a furnace where the rocks had been soaking up the sun's rays all day.
We walked back to the bus station, and returned to Yogyakarta to go for a swim before dinner at the ...
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