The Jayakarta Cisarua Mountain Resort
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... the path back down into a perilous mud slide! At times it was easier to go down in a controlled slip then try to walk! Teeny guide was surprisingly agile and there to help a hand should someone's centre of gravity get too close to the floor! At the bottom of the slip-slide were fantastic green rice paddies bisected with minature waterways - we ambled back through alleys and thankfully had a bus to get us back to our pad!
Later on that ...
... So, my sister and I went to Pondok Indah mall to have coffee with my nan. Now the previous day, my sister felt sick and fainted on the toilet floor, she sweated and were taken to hospital. We went to Pondok Indah mall with my nan and went to a coffee shop there despite her being sick. She wanted to finish her work from the office while I shopped around the mall. ...
... and money well spent, I felt. Waited here for some 10mins and decided to head back to the parking area for food. The warung was empty at this time (people generally flock a little later in the day) and the guys out together a quick meal of nasi goreng, ayam bakar (grilled chicken) and teh manis (tea with sugar, without milk). After this rather sumptuous meal, I bought a souvenir t-shirt and left in the direction of Jakarta at 1100 hours.
Now on ...
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 ...
We were up for brekkie at 6am as we were being picked up for our next destination at 7.30, the bus didn't arrive until 8.30, think of that extra sleep I could have had!!!
It took a couple of hours to get to the tea plantation which was really lovely. Those women work so hard for so little, not sure how they do it, but they still have a massive smile on their face for us. We had mid-morning tea and fried banana, yum!
We are ...