Please accept my apology for abandoning this site for more than a week now.
Okay, that was completely off topic but I couldn't think of a better way to start this. If I'm not mistaken, we woke up pretty early that morning. I'm not sure if I have mentioned this earlier, did you know that we are one hour ahead of their time? Well, now you know.
Point B is called Ketep Pass.
Paid a small fee to watch this totally boring documentary film about the volcano called Gunung Merapi. I fell asleep, 'nuff said.
Squint if you have to. The volcano is somewhere in the background. Heh.
Her beautiful family.
Next, we moved on to a historic site. A place where most of you have read about in your history text books. This place is none other than...
Candi Borobudur! Ring any bells? If you still don't recall, did you fail your history? Heh. Kiddin'.
Tourists will find this place quite a rip off. They practise price discrimination here. The locals only pay like less than RM5 while we foreigners had to pay RM 40 plus. At first we wanted to pretend as Indonesian Chinese since we were touring with my kak and her family but the plan instantly failed when the security guard asked my dad whether we are foreigners and he just smiled sheepishly.
Despite the rip off and rainy day, we continued walking chirpily because you can always stand...
Under my umbrella ella ella eh eh eh. Hahah. Forgive me for the lameness =p
Papa and mummy. The whole area is basically covered with that stone sculpture in the background. There's a Buddha statue inside each of those stones and it is believed that if you can stretch your hand in to touch it, you will have good luck. *Somebody made a joke about how those stones look like ...*use your imagination*. LOL. So sharp wan meh?
That *somebody shall not be named to protect his privacy. =)
We got interviewed by a bunch of school kids because it was one of the ways for them to brush up on their English. However, it turned out that I was the one interviewing the student because she was so shy to speak up.
I shall not criticize on their command of English because apparently, they only picked up the English language three years ago.
Bunch of students.
Yay! (Notice the missing person? Ahahah)
Went for dinner after that at a stall. We sat by the road side on the mats because that's how the locals do it. Ordered bird rice. I think it was a pigeon hahah.
Dinner was not very filling so we went out again to pack this.
J. CO Donuts!
What a healthy way to end the night right, I know. Hahaha.