Summit Panghegar Conference Hotel
Travel Blogs from Puncak
... 8211; one is the release of the baby turtles every evening at 1730 (entry ticket of about a dollar) and night program of unearthing freshly laid eggs from the beach (entry ticket of about $15). The second program would have been interesting; but the guys that run the centre cautioned that on some nights the turtles don’t turn up to lay the eggs. Moreover, the place was quite far from any good restaurant / warung and was hungry already. And ...
... area between the nostrils and the lips. You
watch sensations rise and pass away, rise and pass away... « Anisha,
Anisha, Anisha » (« change, change, change... »).
You get in contact with how sensations rise and disappear. You try
not to react to an itching sensation, you just watch it. Same for the
pain. After a moment it disappears. A process is all the time rising
and passing away, it is the LAW OF NATURE. The law of impermanence.
Nothing is ...
... of the Induction, where were treated to a traditional seafood dinner, some people did not get too lucky.
It turns out that it wasn’t motion sickness that was causing people to get sick on the bus, it was food poisoning.
Despite the fact that most of us (including me) ate the same food, there must have been good and bad batches, because not everyone got sick, but a lot of people did. Some people were carried out and others were ...
... later than expected, we trekked back up to the Jakarta campus of Bina Bangsa, and picked up a few more people to pack into the bus. It was around this time that Kyle and I realized we were surrounded by ailing passengers. I am eternally grateful that both Kyle and I are well-stomached travellers, because it would suck...horribly, if we were got sick every time we needed to travel.
Leaving Jakarta at 7-ish / 8am was definitely not conducive to high speeds on ...
... Muslim society. We returned back to the hotel early doors and I got a good kip in preparation for our 7:00am departure to the 'home-stay' where the next two nights would be spent. The bus that following morning was an hour late and this was deemed perfectly normal with no questions asked. We made the drive out of Jakarta's unbelievably congested duel carriaged streets in our ten seated bus and this street level travel further gave an impression of just how much the urban ...