Tri Puri Meru Hotel
Travel Blogs from Puncak
... two reasons are enough, the prospect of getting stuck on a lonely dark-dirt road in pitch darkness did not appeal to me very much. So I decided to stick to the 1730 program of release of the baby turtles and call it a day.
The actual release of the baby turtles was practically a ten minute program, but all worth the wait. A few hundred people were waiting in anticipation when three guys turned up each carrying a bucket on their shoulder. The ...
... was perfectly synchronized with my body here
and now. There was no past, there was no future. I was holding a
glass of water in my hand and I watched the white wall in front of
me. Every cell of my body was focused. All my senses were perfectly
connected to the present moment. I felt the infinity of the present
moment. I FELT THE INFINITY OF THE PRESENT MOMENT.
Pain was going
away day after day. And don't get misunderstood, it was not that ...
... to the bathroom or laying on chairs out in the lobby trying to get through it all.
Kyle was one of these unlucky fellows. He had thought it might have just been a bit of the food, but when his stomach started to become painful and he was getting the poops, it all went downhill from there.
I was already exhausted and cranky from the trek, but i felt like i was going to pass out in the middle of the large session, but the moment we got ...
... The traffic in Jakarta is unreal. We had been in the northwestern side of Jakarta the whole time, where the traffic was not as intense. However, to go south to Puncak, we would have to cross the city and the downtown core in order to make it down to the mountains.
The traffic was absolutely obscene. It didn’t help that there were people puking in front and behind where Kyle and I were sitting. I am eternally grateful for my iPod and it’s ...
... boy that amazed me was _. He is not a street child but his mother has worked at KDM as a nanny so he was born and grew up there. For some reason or another he could not go to university yet so he is helping out at KDM. He gets up at 5am every morning to go the market to get food for the kids and takes care of the kids by teaching them Indonesian etc and I even saw him looking in a kids hair for nits. He went camping with them for the last month too ...