Yasmin Resort & Conference Hotel
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... br> The next day a group of the teachers took us to see a nearby tea plantation. Depending on the variety of tea plant and the particular shoots that were picked some tea leaves were worth over a hundred times more than other varieties! On the way back we made a very random detour to a wedding of one of the teachers colleagues. I don't know if the bride & groom knew of our invitation but they were very welcoming and wanted photos with us! Quite a random ...
... We have seen so much and Indonesia is so different to the UK and actually the rest of Asia. We have walked in paddy fields, been in the back of lorry in a parade,learnt a bit of Indonesian and bit of Sunda, eaten with our hands for 3 weeks, washed with a pail, taught old Macdonald to lots of children, had 1000s of pictures of taken of us. Most of all had a good time. Now we are off to the Jakarta for 4 days. Next time Jakarta and Bangkok (reprise!) Antonia and Dara ...
... trailing rope from a …err…cow that had crossed the road (no don’t ask me “Why did the cow cross the road?”). Some of the strands of the rope got caught up in the rear wheel (somehow!!). I wouldn’t have known this but for some rather annoying sound from the rear. It took me ten minutes to get rid of the strands and felt glad that I carried the cutter and other tools. On the way I was also searching for souvenir shops to ...
... and got to the villa about midnight. A lot of people were up till about 3-4am then were awake again about 8am for breakfast the next morning.
Once we were finished with breakfast we went for a walk to check out the waterfall. It was near the villa, but the walk further up the mountain and overlooking another valley, was beautiful.
This was a pretty successful trip outside the city, even if only for a day.
... 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 ...