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Holiday in the Jogjakarta

   Sunday, 9 May 2012. i and my friends holiday in the jogja. We went at seven o'clock by bus. Before we went was praying the more fomerly. In the triped we sang and slepping.

   At ten o'clock we arrived in place to goal at first in the klukup. I enjoyed that place and then we went to beach Baron. We enjoyed and we very happy. after that from beach Baron, we took a bath. Then we eat together in the restaurant in jogja. Then was went to malioboro for shoping. Until at ten we finished shoping.
   Last then we went home in Sragen , we why the triped we learned music and sleeping on the bus. We arrived in Sragen at 12.00 pm. Then we went to home each an sleep on the badrooom.

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