Perdana Cipanas Resort
Travel Blogs from Puncak
... rice) which he promised to get in half an hour. That gave me time to unpack the boxes, get freshened up and lay down to relieve my muscles and backbone. The food eventually did not arrive and I informed the caretaker that I would leave for the turtle release thingy and will have the food thereafter.
It is good that I had given myself some rest before I went to see the baby turtles. The approach road to the Turtle Beach is in reality an ...
... on the upper part. This is very
hard for the back because you have no support. I saw a guy sitting on
the lower part instead. He had extended the lower part with a cushion
and behind him he had an extra cushion and the upper part as a
support for the back. I tried it, it was marvellous. I went from a
fluctuating pain sensation of 6 to 8 on a scale of 10 on the 1st
day, to a pain sensation of 2 to 4. And I can tell you that at this
stage I ...
... for Kyle.
It's been great that Kyle and I have not suffered from jet lag, since we have been needing to get up so early in the morning for the various sessions we need to attend to prepare us for the school year. So getting up at 4am and getting our things down to the hotel lobby for 5am, was actually a lot easier than both of us had anticipated.
The buses were late [of course!] but we have been told many times that Indonesia runs on rubber ...
... have a standard set number of plates and portions and will just put them out on a table, you then end up with circa. 30 little bowls of various food sorts on the table and whatever you select you pay for. Each little dish was cold and I found it rather unnerving to think it had sat on potentially a few others' tables either that night or any of the past few nights preceding it! No doubt it could have harboured a good few germs by now..Guedev also informs us that it ...
... body from living on the streets and didn’t have clean clothes to wear.
On one of the days I came back to Pondok Gede (KDM campus where I normally am) and went back too by a proper motorbike at full-speed with Jaysaya which was an experience. I had to wear glasses and helmet and the wind was nice and cool in the heat although the speed was slightly scary at times. I also learnt Indo numbers, animals, day month week words while here which was ...