Puncak Pass Resort
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... When we arrived at the floating village, we took a small boat around the lake and then stopped at one of the houses to sat out on the floating bamboo for a fish pedicure - which took a while to get use to because it tickled so much, but it was so relaxing and peaceful sitting out there.
Afterwards it was time to head back to the homestay for dinner, which was equally as amazing as lunch. There were potato fitters, chicken soup, egg ...
... green and brown. It was total **** with
nowhere to relax let alone swim. We were not waiting 2-3hrs by a brown pond
till dark incase by some miracle we saw some blue lights which would probably
be just fireflys. We went and had a look around the market, FYI Indonesian
raspberrys are **** and went home. We then planned how to get to our next
destination tomorrow which was hard as there is no transport info around here
or in the book for this area. ...
... 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 ...
... li>« Cut
off» means : no phone, no computer, no book, no pen... no
silence has to be maintained for the 9 first days. This means no
talking with other meditators, no gestures, no look in the eyes. No
activity for 10 days.
separation between men and women in the meditation center :
they shouldn't be able to see each others when they eat, they ...
Friday, June 29th, 2012 >> Puncak: The Bina Bangsa Teacher's Conference
I had thought the travel to Puncak was difficult, but it only got more difficult after arriving at 11am.
We were all exhausted. We had come off of flights, gone through 10hr days of sessions, then travelled 3hrs to get to Puncak, all while trying to make lesson plans and get used to the whole Indonesian culture. But after Thursday night’s dinner to celebrate ...