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... chance to live in London where the healthcare is free. My phone was dead and couldn't call my sister, but God saved me as I still had my iPad so I knew where he was going. I stopped right outside our house and gave him extra tip for taking me home, thank God I got home safely. I then realised that when I came home I left my phone in the taxi so I informed my uncle, who phoned Blue Bird. Hopefully it would arrive ...
... however for some reason or another it never worked out and I decided to saddle up and do a long ride at the first opportunity I get. This was it, and the destination was Ujung Genteng (literally translated, it means "edge of the tile" implying the southern coast of Java island that chips off into the Indian Ocean).
Its quite surprising however (to me as well) how quickly one can cook up plans and set the ball rolling if you are really into it! ...
... and for some of us, like me, stepping into the mud due to lack of equilibrium. We walked through narrow and steep corridors, and were overtaken by motorbikes with up to four passangers. It was impossible not to be amazed at the driving of the locals on bikes.
At a house in the village we were offered first coconut juice and lunch, and then we continued our walk to the street, wehre the vans would pick us up.
Our second afternoon and evening at the homestay was ...
... his teachings to reach, sooner or later (can be in another
life if you believe in reincarnation) enlightenment. He was
enlightened at the age of 35 and taught this technique until his
death at the age of 80, out of full compassion for all the suffering
of his fellow human beings. He called this way, the Dhamma way, the
road to liberation. Vipassana is a part of the Dhamma path.
was then lost in many centuries, except in ...
... live a hand to mouth existence and undoubtedly have no opportunity to travel around and see the wonderful different cultures and places which I was fortunate to be doing. It also brings home just how luck we are to be able to meet such a variation of people from different communities and areas of the world, or being able to eat weird and wonderful foods. We are incredibly lucky, these people eat the same things, live in the same place, speak to the same people and do the ...