(Post written while still in Indonesia. Internet courtesy of Excelso.)
Taken on Day 1 at Borobudur. By the time we reached, it was about 4.20pm and I only had 40 more minutes before the gates close.
Our hotel was on the temple grounds so it was just a stone’s throw away from the temple–if you throw really really hard that is.
There wasn’t many tourists on that afternoon. One reason being it was really late and another being the rain.
I had the chance to circle some of the levels of the temple. But in the opposite of the righ direction.
When I was on top of temple, the place didn’t seem really big. Until I started circling the lower levels then I felt its vastness. But it wasn’t until I was sitting at the restaurant of the hotel, looking at it from the proverbial stone’s throw that I really realized how big it is.
I think it’s a methaphor for life. While I’m in the fish tank, I don’t feel that the world is big. It’s only until I step away from it that I can appreciate how large the universe is. Or something like that.
My first in my series of #FriFoto. Stay tuned for more each Friday.