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 ...
... It is very important to remain neutral with
the sensations. Otherwise this is not an operation of the mind, just
a pleasant game... Everything rises and passes away. Your body is
permanently changing.Then it becomes clearer : what is me ?
What is mine ? How do you define yourself. When you say hello to
a colleague in the morning and goodbye in the evening, in fact it's
not exactly the same person you talk to. This is not something to
understand on ...
... 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 ...
... chatting with all of the other guests. Well done us! :0)
We chose this activity as a wedding gift especially because it was an insight into the real side of Indonesian village life. The village trek along with the hosting family and watching the children play in the streets really made it come to life for us, and it was just what we wanted to experience. Thank you so much to Shaun and Sasha for this gift! We had a great day!
Bye for now,
Mrs. M ...
... was served on banana leaf which was interesting. Once again I had cocunut drink which is always cooling and refreshing on a hot day.
Iv taught the teachers verbs, and reading time in english and past, present and future tense and most of them have picked everything up really quickly. They are fun and a laugh to teach.
There are alot of foreign volunteers coming ...