Cipaku Indah Hotel
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The car we were driving back in had no air conditioning, so between the heat and the vehicle exhausts, it was very uncomfortable, even with the driving distractions. Back in Jakarta in one piece, everyone then went out for supper, which meant back into a car, no thanks, bread and water will suffice.
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Hazy 32 / 22
Started the day with a run, this part of town is extremely hilly, kind of a Halifax / San Francisco. Would be excellent training for the Cabot Trail Relay. Exercised and then a swim in the pool. Breakfast was more than enough to keep me going for the day. Spent the morning relaxing, remember, I do not have to do anything if I do not want to.
While running took in the beautiful scenery, gigantic homes and a man carrying two large baskets of bananas on ...
... s most populous island, it's almost impossible to find a patch of land that is flat and isn't being used for agriculture.
The hotel that night was food and drink heaven as it was run by an ex-pat Aussie. They had an entire fridge stocked with the local Bintang beer, and a menu that included bacon and egg sandwiches. The plentiful supply of cold beer was a bit of a novelty, as most other places where we've found cold Bintang have actually had four cold bottles, with the ...
... F) under the tutelage of Bapak Suhaimi Nasution at the Convent Seremban. It was an hour's drive out to Tangkuban Parahu and on the way there we read up on the legend behind it - an Indonesian œdipal tale featuring Sangkurian and his mother (cursed with eternal youth), Dayang Sumbi. Unfortunately we got there half an hour too late to trek down into the crater, so we had to be content with taking photos of the Kawah Ratu (one of 4 volcanic craters there), taking ...
... antics. We are planning our trip to Bali and Komodo, planning with anticipation our events in December when we're home...and then we're thinking about what we'll do next.
Living internationally is one thing, but working internationally (esp. as a teacher) can be frustrating, because we have to do things so much in advance. We haven't even finished our contract here, not even the first year, but we still need to think about what's next because we have to plan for ...