Maranatha Homestay

Address: Jalan Bandar Pulaukaram 10 D, Padang, Sumatra, 25119, Indonesia | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Jalan Bandar Pulaukaram 10 D, Padang.
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    Travel Blogs from Padang

    Recover Day

    A travel blog entry by andiontheroad on Nov 19, 2013

    5 photos

    ... Ocean missing from my list I decided to just quickly walk down the stairs and at least go in belt deep. It was incredibly warm water... It was not colder than I would usually have my shower. "Boiling" compared to the Irish sea.

    Back at the hotel we just wanted to quickly get a shower, relax a bit and then go down to the lobby and update our blogs.

    Sitting there and writing for a couple a of minutes, a pretty girl came over and talked ...

    Making Up for My Weekend Without Words

    A travel blog entry by jen.galo.10 on Apr 20, 2013

    76 photos

    ... wall) which is a smaller version of the Great Wall of China. We spent a while there walking the wall and checking out the area. By the time we left there we went to see Benteng Fort de Kock and the zoo. This was an old fort that looked like it was about to collapse. It was a large square building that was wider on top than it was on the bottom. It didn't seem much like a fort, it was only maybe 60'x60' at the large part with three ...

    Back to modern civilisation

    A travel blog entry by ann_ho on Apr 10, 2013

    29 photos

    ... then others but it was felt good to be helping them out and that was our good deed for the day. We all posed for a picture and then said our goodbyes. The food of Padang had truly captured our taste buds. We were hooked. It was been one of our favourite food cities so far. What is really wonderful is that the experiences were authentic as we sat and ate with locals at local restaurants. No watered down western versions, this was the real deal. And we gobbled it all ...

    Vivre la difference!

    A travel blog entry by finnegan2012 on Sep 08, 2012

    5 photos

    ... is vastly different -- you can see the Muslim influence here, where even the streetlights have crescent moon-shaped lampposts. The roofs are slanted, with huge wings coming off the sides. There are mosques everywhere, and headscarves are the norm, rather than the exception. But, oddly, there's a dichotomy here, and maybe it's just me.

    I've seen women in headscarves with super-tight jeans on -- and not just one or two. I saw a woman and child begging in ...


    A travel blog entry by utamifajari on May 03, 2012

    1 comment, 69 photos

    ... br> 5. Harau Cliff

    So far this is the highest cliff/valley i have ever seen, on myway to harau its truly breathtaking :D two hours drive from Bukit Tinggi, the harai is located in Payakumbuh district. There is a waterfall near the cliff, but if its dry season, theres a little water in this waterfall. The water is so cold, the air is so frest and the place itself is worth a visit.

    to be continued :D