Summit Panghegar Conference Hotel
Travel Blogs from Puncak
... which was good today and a nap before we went for a hike. During our
nap I dreamt that the police wanted to charge us a ridiculous amount for the
hike entrance and Kirsty dreamt we kept taking endless buses to get there and
never made it. Funnily enough while waiting for the bus the police picked us up
and gave us a lift there. The purpose of the hike was to see a magical blue
volcanic lake and 2 waterfalls which were both located 5km up ...
... the previous day. However, while going down the inclines on the Bogor side, I still had to pull over to the side to let the brakes cool down a little. I was quite happy though that where I had stopped presented an amazing view of the coast, with some sort of power plant and lush greenery all around. It reminded me of an episode from Top Gear UK when the three idiots went touring Vietnam on a motorcycle and Jezza and Hamster had pulled over to the side ...
... show you the way you have to walk to your own
liberation from suffering and to living a peaceful life, you need to
do a deep operation and to learn a specific technique to apply for
the rest of your life. Strict principles must be respected to be
- You take
part in a 10 day meditation retreat, cut off from the outside world.
You will NOT leave before the end of the 10 days or you'd lose all
the benefits of the ...
... 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 ...