KaliKala is my cosy home, which I share with my friendly cat, Shifu.
I have 3 private bedrooms with shared bathrooms, kitchen, living room & small front garden, with free Wifi throughout the house. Inside parking for scooters & roadside parking for cars is available.
All rooms include fresh linen & towels. I can arrange laundry, tours & transport – just let me know & I will be happy to help.
I have a small kitchen with a fridge and stove which you are welcome to use. I provide fruit, tea, coffee and drinking water for free. Just help yourself and chill out in the living-room and sheltered front garden. I also provide local breakfast – including vegetarian (please let me know the day before).
This homey room has a double spring bed and wall fan.
Guests share one bathroom with cold shower and a western toilet.
Other things to note
From the airport:
• Using taxi with meter is more or less IDR 100k (depends on traffic).
• Using Trans Jogja bus is IDR 3,500. Stop at Jalan MT Haryono. From there you can take rickshaw ride for IDR 15k or walk for 15 minutes.
• Using train, stop at city center (you can stop at Yogyakarta train station or Lempuyangan train station) for IDR 8,000. Then you can go with taxi (around 30-40k), Trans Jogja bus (IDR 3,500), rickshaw (IDR 25k).
If you can connect to the internet, use the online taxi application. It's much cheaper.
If you are a light sleeper, you might want to bring an earplug with you since you can hear the sound of the mosque quite early in the morning :)
• Please save the energy. Don't forget to turn off electricity if you don't use it.
• Please don't smoke in the whole area inside the house.
• The room is maximum for 2 persons. Friends or family may visit, but they can't stay overnight.
• Be kind, don't judge, have respect for others.
• Make yourself at home!
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Kali in Indonesian means time after time, it can also means river. And Kala means period of time.
While Kali in Hinduism is a Goddess of time. In Tibetan Buddhism Her counterpart is male with the name Kala.
For me, KaliKala means appreciation of each moment with everything and everyone that come and go in our life. Be kind, respectful & adventurous! :)
The story so far :
I (Delima) born in Pekanbaru, East of Sumatra. Spent some years of my childhood in Batam, then Padang, and then grew up in Jakarta. So after i finished my study in Bandung & worked at some companies in Jakarta, i decided to start another adventure and came to Yogyakarta in 2013.
I like to travel around & if you need help of anything or have some questions, feel free to contact me anytime :)