Kampoeng Padi Boutique Villa
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... 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! ...
... After a few minutes however you get used to the feeling and it can be very relaxing, plus it is always a help during a trip to get a pedicure.
Our fist evening at the homestay was relaxing, we had dinner and stayed around playing cards and looking at magic tricks.
Our second day in Cianjur we headed to Cibibir, a village hidden behind mountains and rice fields, where we went for a trek. The view of the rice fields was impressive, as it was walking on the ...
... according to the following unconscious pattern : « I
like/want » VS « I hate/ don't want ». That is
DESIRE (=CRAVING) versus AVERSION (=HATE). Each time you feel a good
sensation (like the sun on your skin) with one of your physical
senses, there is a reaction in your body that is stocked in the
unconscious mind. And each time your feel a pleasant psychological
feeling (like love), it is stocked as well in the unconscious mind.
When you ...
... rotten. This experience of different 'other' cultures and systems is part of the whole travelling experience and so the unfamiliarities should be embraced...(to a certain extent!). For the record though, it wasn't nice and I wouldn't recommend visiting Jakarta..not even for 1 night. The traffic and general uneasiness felt whilst wandering the streets also left me feeling rather threatened the whole time. I have travelled around Africa and 3rd world countries in the past ...
... Shaun and Sasha which gave us a feel for real Indonesian life, including a village trek and a cooking class. By the time we got there we couldn't do the cooking class that day so we planned a full and fun day for the 20th.
We stayed in the 'bamboo house', which was a gorgeous little hut made entirely from bamboo overlooking the rice paddy fields and the massive Mount Gede. We settled in and watched the sunset whilst listening to the mosques call ...