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... about 10-15 minutes and then we were off. The ride was about 7 hours and we spent most of it sleeping. We arrived in Jakarta around 4:30pm and started making our way to the hotel. Once we were walking along the main road a cab stopped to see if we wanted a ride and not wanting to brave the crazy Indonesian sidewalks with our massive bags, we gave in. Once checked in at the hotel it was an afternoon of resting and then we went for dinner at an ...
INDONESIA and my hardest challenge yet...VIPASSANA MEDITATION - DEC 2013
the farm in Kuala Lumpur and making my way to Indonesia I realised that what I
was about to do I had no knowledge of what so ever. I had no idea about 1. What
it would entail, 2. What I would have to do, 3. Whether I would love or hate
it, or 4. What I would gain from it, if anything. I was about to put myself
into solitary confinement, take myself away from all attachment to ...
... drained the blood into two cups, mixed it with a bit of beverage (alcohol or sugar, I'm not sure) and served it to the boys. Apparently it makes you 'strong' (in the boy sense), and from the grimaces of both boys, I had a feeling they could feel it in their loins alright.
The boy left it there, and went to work removing the skin - which was pulled off in one go much like a stocking from a leg. Then worked at making small incisions to remove the spine of the ...
... As for me, I was the first on the line that day because I was already at the station since 2am straight from Jakarta International Airport. Counters usually open at 5 in the morning.
Also in the album are photos of the platforms in Gambir and Bandung stations as well as the inside of the Argo Parahyangan.
... from a beautiful nation city to one of the busiest cities in the world was more shocking and intimidating than I thought. Jakarta is a great big city that goes by its own rules and etiquette, typical of Indonesia. For those who forgot, the current US president lived in Jakarta during his first to third grade. I can say now that this city in particular is a good candidate for getting some foreign policy experience. I say this because there are so many differences to ...