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Day Six - visit of the largest Buddhist temple of Borobudur, a very interesting tour and excellent interpretation of mood, visit the theatre, which can really surprise the audience, somehow we could briefly describe our sixth day in this enchanting country.
Day Fifth - through rice paddies and villages, we moved by train to Yogyakarta - the former capital of Java.
Day Four - a trip to Domas crater, visit tea plantations and resort with hot water. On the way back coffee with corn and absolute traffic jam.
3th day - endless moving to the city of Bandung. On the way we stopped in the beautiful botanical garden and a visit to our fellow citizens for exotic safaris.
Day two - trip to Jakarta, 12 million people, nearly as many scooters, temperature more than 30˚ C, almost 100% humidity. We saw the liberation monument and museum. In Jakarta skyscrapers and shopping centres rise from shacks.
The expedition was in the country where the water is turning upside down, on the sky is missing a big car, drivers go considerately, mad and on the left side, occasionally shaking the ground or explode a volcano and when the man leave the cash machine, is always a millionaire. For a while. But the Indonesians were the greatest miracle, their smiles, satisfaction, willingness and good mood.
Borobudur is a church complex of Mahajana Buddhism Faith in Magelang (Indonesia), in Central Island of Java. It consists of six square terraces, finished with three circular terraces, where many relief panels and Buddha statues could be found.
Bali is a small Indonesian island located between the islands of Java to the West and Lombok to the East, with capital of Denpasar. It is also the westernmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands and represents the biggest tourist destination for the entire Indonesia, famous for its traditional dance, music, painting, sculptures as well as applies arts.
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