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... it till now, she does the "dual-sporty" stuff very well!
Coming back to the story, I left home (Cilandak – Jakarta at 2130 hours and set for Bogor. Now I have been on this route quite a few times (enroute Puncak/Taman Safari – Jan’13, enroute Bandung – Aug’ 13, enroute TamanSari/Curug Cilembar – Oct’13) and can almost reach Jalan Padjajaran of Bogor blindfolded, except that I wasn’t going to ...
Im not interested to take picture but now im feeling regret. I've taken 2 weeks stay inside the forests, cold weather at the night just cover with thin blanket during sleep. been an animal hunter, like to shoot 'em, squirrels, ape, and deer hunter. no camera, no gadget even no signal for calling home. really enjoy my time to joint locals. but I can't speak local language except Indonesian. and I've seen and felt my country fully.
Then I know I love Indonesian Nature
We spent in total 3 days in and around Cianjur, and spent our time exploring the surroundings of the village.
On the way from Jakarta to Cianjur we stopped at a Tea Plantation called Gunung Mas.
Gunung Mas is a government owned company and offers part of the 400 workers the opportunity to live in a small village within the plantation. The walk through the tea plantation was on one hand picturesque, with the green hills covered with tea plants, all perfectly ...
... that will control you. Vipassana was invented by the
Buddha. « Buddha » means the enlightened, the one who has
reached liberation from his own suffering. It is not a single person,
but a title. The one we are talking about here is Siddharta Gotama
and he lived 2500 years ago in North India. There has been Buddhas
before him and there have been after him, but he is the first one who
has made a science of enlightenment in order for any human being ...
The family provided us with a yummy rice breakfast, they literally eat it all the time!
We were picked up in a large truck that took us to a rural village, it was a bumpy ride!! We visited a lady who makes bricks, around 15,000 A DAY, and she only gets paid around $5! It's just crazy, the poor thing, she must be in agony by the end of the day, all the stuffing, slamming and cutting.
We walked through the rice ...