Kota Bukit Indah Plaza Hotel
Travel Blogs from Purwakarta
Had a late start to the day today and for a change instead of going down the hill we went up the mountain. Up to the site of an active volcano. It started to rain half way up so had to hire umbrellas so we could walk over to the edge. A couple of quick photos and we were off for lunch. The rain became quite heavy and ...
... rural Indonesia is similar to rural Colombia: small streets, not exactly even that would allow high speeds. With the vans we were on we drove past small villages, where kids would come out of their houses screaming "Bule-bule". Bule is a word used in Indonesian for "caucasian" (ie white). We were the center of attention despite the fcat that we were sitting inside vans and only driving van. Walking around would attract for sure more attention. After about a half an hour ride ...
... happens is that your
unconscious mind will have the last word, and will hold you back from
making the efforts necessary to be what you want on a conscious
works like this.What does this mean ? THAT YOUR MIND IS SICK.
That everybody's mind is sick. The day you were born was one of the
most painful days in your life, the day you entered the world of
suffering. Since your birth, when you grew up your mind has ...
... if you were travelling on your own. She laid on a massive feast, not sure what everything was but it was so nice.
Surprisingly enough the walk back down the rather large hill was much easier. We returned to the homestay at around 3pm, dinner wasn’t until 7pm, but I still managed to amuse myself. Amazing how time flies when there is sunshine and a good book.
We had dinner back at the main homestay. We ...
... the home-stay at the rather sharp time of 04:30am and headed to Bandung where we were to catch what surely must have been the world's slowest train to Yogyakarta. I speak no word of a lie when I say this funicular did not exceed walking pace. Toy trains go faster.. The streets of Cianjur were surprisingly busy at this fine hour of the morning, with activity all in time to the workings of sunrise. Market stalls were popping up and Muslim mosques crying out for the 1st of the four daily ...