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... hotel online before leaving from Jakarta. So I asked around and found the only possible respectable place to camp – a twin room / four-bed cottage for $70! Four bed cottage! For one person!
Damn I need to plan my travels early and get hotels arranged sooner.
I checked into the hotel at about 1600 and had barely an hour to take some rest and eat (no I had not had my lunch after that sandwich breakfast). I ordered nasi goreng ayam ...
to be scrupulously followed :
- 4.00 am :
wake up bell
- 4.30 to
6.30 am : free meditation in the hall
- 6.30 :
- 8.00 to
9.00 : meditation with the teacher
to 11.00 : free meditation in the hall
- 11.00 :
to 1.00 pm: questions to the teacher for those who want
pm to ...
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 ...
... can be stretched out) and therfore we must always be patient. That word "patience" is really starting to lose its luster. In any case, we were sure to have our things on the appropriate bus and get comfy seats (...or as comfortable as we could possibly get). Despite the fact that Kyle and I sent most of our luggage ahead to Bandung, the lower carriage of the bus was so full that they had to pack luggage in the back of the bus (...like a Greyhound bus).
As we ...
... travellers gingerly paced around the boat harbour and to be frank just didn't know where to look. I always feel slightly guilty as an apparently 'Rich Westerner' in this instance and striding around in your Nikes..Oakley's..etc creates a massive contrast to the harsh poverty which the guys carrying rice around on these boats must live day in-day out. The big old wooden boats are particularly eery to look at and it seems clear that many personal must live on the boat full ...