Everything is Cheap
For students, either university or high school, Jogja is a very friendly city. Not only becoming a second home that is convenient to many people, she has also become a good friend for those who do not have a lot of cash in their pocket. Jogja is an everything-is-cheap city that will not make you starve though your pocket money is not transferred timely. There are hundreds of burjo (a franchised food stall) that sell intel (indomie-telor, instant noodle with egg) and tante (indomie tanpa-telor, instant noodle without egg). There are also angkringan that can be found almost in every alley with nasi kucing (a tiny pack of rice with a portion that, many said, is only enough to feed a cat, hence the name nasi kucing-rice for cats), gorengan, and sate which are very tasty.
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Eating at Angkringan Shopping in Malioboro Midnight Gudeg Southern Square and Wedhang Ronde Her Exotic Beaches Her Sweet and Romantic Sunset Humble and Friendly People Home to Many Artists Everything is Cheap Coffee Shop and 24-hour Cafe
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