The Jayakarta Cisarua Mountain Resort
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... finishing dinner teeny-guide popped his head round the door and said he'd come to take me for a hair cut! No, he wasn't being awfully blunt with me - I'd said earlier that my hair looked like a powder puff and he must have caught the sense of desperation in my voice and had come to my aid (haha!). He took me to 'Cianjur's best' barber, and for the remarkable price of 50 pence I had a pretty good cut and finished off with a cut-throat and talc! The ...
... Sumo and play Rumble all the time! We often hear a little knock at the door followed by Miss Dara or Miss Antonia you sleepy? And pleas to play cards or sumo? They are very sweet and ever so clever. Lastly is little Rivaldi who is 7 years old and at first was shy but now he joins in with all the games we play and is the ever so cute. All three have made us laugh with their games of hide and seek,tying us up with string and general kiddy fun! Ersan and Giri ...
... or dipping at the waterfall. But still, I did want to see it so that I could write about it – finally one of the purpose that I ride is to let others know that Indonesia has more to it than Bali!
One of my apprehensions on my long rides is the amount of fuel in the tank. The digital fuel gauge on the dash isn’t the most accurate one in my experience and always gives a false sense of security. The tank is 15 litres with 3 litres ...
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 ...