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Borobodur

Day Nineteen

Borobodur is the largest Buddhist temple in the world. It was amazing in size and detail. The top was crowded with tourists and school groups, which felt kind of disrespectful, but there was hardly anyone on the lower levels. We got there early enough in the morning so it wasn’t real hot. On the way back north we went over some more mountain passes. Huge views, but mostly covered in mist. We saw some of landslide damage from the spring and these amazing terraced garden plots that were planted up the sides of these incredibly steep hillsides. Tonight were at Ari’s Dad’s house. It’s a bit like paradise here. The pool has naked Greek women statues along one side so you know it’s a classy place.

Posted by aarindu 18:45

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