Maranatha Homestay

Jl. Bandar Pulau Karam 10 D, Padang, Sumatra, 25119, Indonesia | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Jl. Bandar Pulau Karam 10 D, Padang.
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    Travel Blogs from Padang

    Surfin' IND

    A travel blog entry by andiontheroad on Nov 20, 2013

    20 photos

    ... Padang area) is famous (apparently world famous) for surfing I thought I should give it a try. Not having any experience whatsoever on this topic I went over to another hut which seemed to have boards for rent and picked one.

    I must have looked pretty cool walking along the beach, but this stopped immediately when I hit the water.It was even hard to stay lying on the board, so there was no thinking of ever kneeing or getting up on it.However I tried ...

    Untouched Beaches (Sophie)

    A travel blog entry by sophie_ish on Jul 12, 2013

    48 photos

    ... crashing against my bungalow steps. Hopefully the sun will shine tomorrow as I imagine this place in stunning with some blue sky.

    Looks like my wish came true as I woke to blue skies and opened my door to the beautiful, untouched beach. After another pancake breakfast (I think all Indonesians think westerners only ever eat pancake for breakfast at home) I took a wander through the village. Despite the many friendly faces I do wonder if they resent having westerners coming to gawk ...

    Back to modern civilisation

    A travel blog entry by ann_ho on Apr 10, 2013

    29 photos

    ... AC machine. Pure bliss after 10 days of being in the jungle. What was only going to be a quick stop over in Padang soon became 4 nights as we keep extending our stay. Just as we were leaving the Mentawais we met a German guy who had said some of the best food in the world is in Padang. Chris had also heard from a fellow traveller the same thing. Although it was only rumours our curiosity had been stirred and as food enthusiasts we had to find out if it were ...

    Western Sumatra

    A travel blog entry by ann_ho on Mar 31, 2013

    3 photos

    ... about all the good news we get for the next 13 hours. The rest is pretty rough. We sit and wait for 3 hours in our unpadded seats. The ferry starts to fill up with more and more people. It's gets hotter and hotter. The men start to chain smoke and the mothers try hard to comfort screaming children. We still haven't left the harbour. We still have at least 10 hours over night on the ferry. At least we have each other. We treat ourselves to some freshly boiled sweet corn ...

    Climbing Mt. Kerinci

    A travel blog entry by teerexlim on Feb 04, 2012

    267 photos

    ... Bukit Tinggi, a quick stroll to chaotic morning market and grab whatever souvenirs or paraphernalia. A short breakfast and it was back to Hotel. With a late afternoon flight, we had to leave early for the Minangkabau Airport. We made it with ample time to spare. Our flight back indicates the end of this adventure, our future plans are to return and climb 2 more Volcanoes i.e Mt. Singgalang and Mt. Merapi soon.