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Travel Blogs from Puncak
... We have seen so much and Indonesia is so different to the UK and actually the rest of Asia. We have walked in paddy fields, been in the back of lorry in a parade,learnt a bit of Indonesian and bit of Sunda, eaten with our hands for 3 weeks, washed with a pail, taught old Macdonald to lots of children, had 1000s of pictures of taken of us. Most of all had a good time. Now we are off to the Jakarta for 4 days. Next time Jakarta and Bangkok (reprise!) Antonia and Dara ...
... Ujung Genteng primarily to witness the baby turtle release which happens at 1730. If I maintained my leisurely riding style, I was going to miss it and the purpose of the ride would be lost. I decided to ride non-stop hereon till I reached southern coast now!
The roads from this spot onwards weren’t as smooth as the previous ones and patches under repair were taking me by surprise. Nevertheless, I wasn’t really slowing down! The Pulsar ...
... up, your EGO grows up too. You soon identify with your feelings. You
want only the good sensations (physical and psychological) and not
the bad ones. When you get a pleasant sensation you develop
ATTACHMENT. When you don't get it you develop FRUSTRATION. When you
get an unpleasant sensation you develop HATE.
Doctor ! Why don't we just change this then, this seems so
easy ?! » You can't, because all of this happens out of
... 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 ...