The Jayakarta Cisarua Mountain Resort
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... attested to the fact that Dan clearly was the hairdressing man, they open 12 hrs a day 7 days a week!
We also did a cooking course during our stay which was great fun! We learnt to make some traditional dishes including potato cakes, tempe (a soy based product), and a spicy sambal sauce. Saw lots of strange herbs and spices and did lots of mortar and pestle work. We then got to eat the fruits of our labour for our dinner which was very ...
... both our translators and our transport! In the form of mopeds! The roads here are bumpy and mopeds are the chosen form of transport.Both of them have been been great and shown us the sights of Cianjur and asked her lots of questions about England and the culture there. They both want to come and visit and also export super bikes to Indonesia! Also they had us selling ayam (chickens!) at no car day -might as well use your free European sale ...
... some t-shirt of Ujung Genteng – but couldn’t find any. The 30 km journey thereafter was uneventful and I reached Curug Cikaso at about 0940.
The waterfall is slightly away from the parking area and one may pay $6 to hire a motor boat to
reach it, or walk for some ten minutes. The “nawab” that I am, I chose the boat. This I had read about on the travel guides and was aware. What I wasn’t aware that the locals in ...
I am now back from my Vipassana
meditation retreat to Ubud, at my sister's place.
This has been one of the most intense,
painful, beautiful and important experiences in my life. I want to
share with you why, but before please make sure of the following.
It is absolutely forbidden to read this
article in a stressed environment, in 5 minutes in front of your
computer at work while eating a sandwich. What I'm about ...
... in a hotel in Cianjur, but in homestays, so the group will be spilt up into 3 locations. We arrived at the main one to drop out bags off and have some lunch. From here we visited a floating village, much like the ones I visited in Vietnam, apart from there I had to pay for a fish pedicure, here we got it for free, just dunked our feet in the open fish pools and chilled out.
We were dropped off at our respective homestays, and ...