Very popular Mung2. We got on the bus after awhile and the LO started giving out boxes which contains some bread and water for our breakfast. I think the organisers are very thoughtful.
Aaah, the famous Borobudur temple. It's really huge! It was built about 1200 years ago. Imagine that.
This was taken about 4 levels from the top. These are the stupas I was talking about. They were built to imitate bodhi leaves.
Inside each stupa, there is a statue of a buddha. It is said that you will have good fortune if you can touch the buddha inside. I tried my luck.
Yay! I can touch the buddha's arm. Mung's arms are too short. He cannot touch it. Lol...
The buddha inside.
Nice, I was glad we came here!
After we left Borobudur, I fell asleep in the bus again.... About an hour later, I was woken up to see an old indian temple which was destroyed by the tsunami a few years ago.
Look at this! Magnificent! For the past 2 years, the government has tried to restore this temple but the progress was slow because they will need to piece all those stones together like a mega jigsaw puzzle. Look at all those stones! I wonder how long they are going to take to put them all together again.
It was beautiful.
The stretch of coaches waiting for us...
When we got on the coaches, the LO distributed fruits and some snacks to us again. In fact, they gave us so much food that we can't finish at all. We all bring them back to the hotel and I didn't have time to eat them anyway. All my free time were used for sleeping. Lol..