Puncak Pass Resort
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Vandaag heerlijk Indonesisch ontbeten. Rijst met dikke koffie;) heerlijk... Onze tocht vervolgt over de Puncak pas. Een weg die in de spits in de ochtend en in de avond maar 1 richting op gaat. Dus wel opletten hoe laat je weg gaat anders sta je twee uur stil. Gelukkig geen probleem voor ons, daar onze chauffeur precies weet hoe laat wij moesten …
... muddy-stony-rocky dirt track that makes it a crime to take tired vehicles on. Unless you have a war tank with tracks, you will have a difficult time on this road.
The initial sandy / dirt part was fun and I had my fill of standing-up riding on the dual-sport machine! I wish that I can go on such roads with a fellow biker who could record me doing antics! Anyway, I reached the turtle beach at about 1715 hours.
Now the turtle beach offers ...
... to feel less pain. Not zero pain no, just less
pain. It felt like a gift to feel less pain even if I still felt
What do you do
on day 2 ? You focus on your breath again, but this time you
focus on the zone the air comes in in your nostril, so a smaller
zone. It sounds the same as day 1 but it is a little bit different.
You do this 10 hours, you finish the day completely exhausted.
On day 3, you
now focus on ...
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 ...