Hotel Ibis Cikarang Bekasi
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... day. We battled through heavy rain, and by the time we'd been trekking for 8 hours my legs were shaking like a ******** dog but luckily we arrived in the tiny village of Bontoc where we stayed in a basic guesthouse for the night. We were all soaked through, shivering, and dreaming of a hot shower but had to make do with freezing cold tap water and a bucket in a dark dingy bathroom. Not to fear though as our mentalist guide had cheeky bottle of whiskey to warm us up..which led ...
... on paper :) is it one of the most modern baggage flow systems in the world as stated in net? That made us rememer mexico, arriving with no luggage and waiting it for to days..and first time in lifetime for one day "free wifi" in Singapore airport manage to spend 20eur for net...really no idea:( another "nice" surprise-my darling got problems with phone-could call to any number in LV but we there is no ...
... to increase the publicity. She will let me proof read it first. Then Max took photos of me with the medical kit on the bridge. I may even end up in the medical press or local papers! The new crew started arriving, which was exciting and sad, but as soon as I knew I couldn't go, I'm happy to go on my new adventures.but it should be a packed great trip with lots of local people. Including a local Paralympian: Jovin Tan Final goodbyes and I signed off with the captain, ...
... lightning begin, the light fades within minutes, and then comes the downpour... and it's over within about 30 minutes or an hour (in most cases).
To get to central Jakarta takes about an hour from what I'm told. Traffic here is insane (seriously), so sometimes, I'm told, it can take as long as a few hours. I haven't been there yet but I'm sure I'll be there soon enough. It took about 40 minutes to get to the ...
... I would have given up on lunch break on day 1. A
man alone is nothing, but when we share our humanity we become
sister and my brother who have talked of their Vipassana experience
many times before and have given me the spark I needed to go !
The more you
meditate and you liberate from your own suffering, the more you want