Summit Panghegar Conference Hotel
Travel Blogs from Puncak
... around 9 and just about the cutest children I've ever met. They held our hands as we walked back across the fields and the youngest, a little lad of 4 was very shy and hid behind his sister. Another boy was running around in his Dad's flip flops, quite an impressive feat! The boys ended up playing football with some of the local kids while the rest of us took photos of them all running around. It's amazing to see kids this friendly, allowed to run ...
... into the lost baggage office, they said they'd sort it out and call us but in Indonesia, they don't call us. We were willing to wait half an hour for our luggage, while my uncle was waiting at the car park. As we head out, we finally had our luggage and was on our way to our aunt's house. There we met up with my youngest cousin and a cute Persian cat Nathan. We then went straight to Ciganjur where my nan ...
... generally and the rest of the stuff can be put into dry bags and loaded on the rear seat and the mounting plate of the Monorack of the top box.
That concludes this episode of my travelogue. The next destination is likely to be somewhere
farther on the eastern side of Java island or the much coveted Sumatra tour. But with the current workload in the office, the chances for a long ride seem a little diminished. Still, I am always up for ride! Yeah I am an opportunist ...
... free meditation
pm to 3.30 pm : meditation with the teacher
to 5.00 : free meditation
tea break (a cup of tea and a fruit. There is NO dinner).
to 7.00 pm : meditation with the teacher
to 8.15 pm : audio tape with theoretical principles explained
to 9.00 pm : meditation with the teacher
pm : bedtime ...
... 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 ...