Bukit Talita Mountain Resort and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
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- All-Suites Property
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... Sumo and play Rumble all the time! We often hear a little knock at the door followed by Miss Dara or Miss Antonia you sleepy? And pleas to play cards or sumo? They are very sweet and ever so clever. Lastly is little Rivaldi who is 7 years old and at first was shy but now he joins in with all the games we play and is the ever so cute. All three have made us laugh with their games of hide and seek,tying us up with string and general kiddy fun! Ersan and Giri ...
... may also board your hired boats and argue with you that you are not guaranteed exclusive access to the boats. Funny, I thought!
The boat will take you to the waterfall, will wait for maximum three hours for you to take a dip and get back and then drop you back at the parking lot. It needs to be noted that there doesn’t seem to be any food outlet at the actual water fall (there are waruns) at the parking
lot A guide also accompanies you ...
I hadn't been here yet, but our center had such a good quarter for the 3rd quarter of 2012 our Center Director took the staff to a villa in Puncak. This is a city south of Jakarta and a bit higher in altitude... easily the coolest I've been here yet. And it was only about 75 degrees Fahrenheit. There were over 30 of us and we just spent time together outside of work and actually relaxing.
We drove out of Jakarta ...
... to unroot the « sankahras »
(the unconsciously rooted sensations that control you) and take full
control of your mind. You are the surgeon who will do the surgery, no
one else can do this for you. You have to get liberated of your own
Vipassana ? Vipassana means « to see things for what they
are ». To see reality as it is, not as you would like it to be.
In order of course not to create new sankahras, new ...
... off with some sick people on the bus, then BOOM, people were dropping like flies. I was relieved to find that it wasn’t just the newbies with their weak stomachs that were getting sick, there were a lot of well-seasoned people from Jakarta and the other Asian countries that got pretty sick as well.
With the Puncak convention a poopy mess (lol!) it was a huge relief to know that we would be leaving for Bandung the Saturday. We were almost there! ...