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... if you're the kind of person that attracts bugs. Like me.
Heads up on the exchange of money - US $1 = 13.000 Indonesian. Yes, that is thousands. So essentially, I like to think of conversions such as if 100.000 rp equals ~$8 US, then 50.000 is $4 U.S. and 1.000.000 is $80. Make sure you carry small bills like 2.000, 5.000, 10.000 and 20.000 to tip - this is very important in Southeast Asia, and they expect it. Don't ask who made the currency with ...
... nonetheless a great start to the scooter experience… not! After four lovely days we decided to leave Bali behind and head west to go to Java. We paid the owner of the losmen (guesthouse) to give us a ride to Denpasar from where we got on a bus to Java, our second moment of being ripped off. We ended up paying 5$ more for our bus tickets which doesn’t seem like a lot but its frustrating knowing that you have to bargain everything and always be alert because ...
... to move rooms as our initial room was just above the construction banging and drilling... GOOD TIMES. We often just headed over the road for every meal and wifi access to Medan's best restaurant... 'Tip Top'! The lovely owner recognised us from our frequent visits... about four times in three days! Luckily, we were not staying in Medan for its "crumbly colonial charm", this was merely a base from which to travel to a quaint little tourist town in the Sumatran ...
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... more hours of hiking in hopes to see a male orang-utan. The path was very skinny at times and very steep in sections. It was a hard hike that not many would be able to do. It is not common for people to do this hike. Unfortunately we did not see anymore orang-utans but we did see a lantern bug which was kinda cool. Next we rafted down the river back to Green Hill. It was a really neat to hike through the jungle. There were some awesome views where as far as you could see was thick ...