Perdana Cipanas Resort
Travel Blogs from Puncak
... while you can! Dara can still remember the slogan to this day! Sita is Ersans younger sister and thinks I (Ant) look like Adele (votes on the back of a postcard please!) she loves karaoke and took me and Dara shopping followed by singing while we were in town :) she also taught us what we should wear while in Indonesia (no shoulders or knees on show) her English is much better than she thinks it is and we are always having to confiscate her phone so she can't ...
... and money well spent, I felt. Waited here for some 10mins and decided to head back to the parking area for food. The warung was empty at this time (people generally flock a little later in the day) and the guys out together a quick meal of nasi goreng, ayam bakar (grilled chicken) and teh manis (tea with sugar, without milk). After this rather sumptuous meal, I bought a souvenir t-shirt and left in the direction of Jakarta at 1100 hours.
Now on ...
... in the 60's
a man called Goenka reintroduced the technique. He was a rich
businessman who suffered terrible headaches. None of the best
specialists in the world could help him get rid of his pain. So he
went to a meditation center learning this technique, and after he saw
the benefits, he decided to open centers all around the world with
help of donations.
The rules of a Vipassana meditation.
To operate your
... 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 ...
... from Singapore or Malaysia, or are domestic tourists and come to check out their capital city from whichever respective part of Indonesia they live in. Incidentally there are 15000+ islands in Indonesia! The highlight of that day was undoubtedly the visit to the National Monument of Freedom which was erected in recognition of Indonesia's independence from the Dutch and opened in 1975. I really enjoyed this attraction and we only paid around 40p each for the privilege for ...