Asean International Hotel Medan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Although it is near business area however the hotel is a bit rundown and smell of old carpet. Will not stay here again.
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... that it was holiday season and that we wanted to try and travel as cheap as possible we ended up choosing a minibus. The concept sounded great on paper “the minibus will pick you up right around the corner from your losmen in Yogyakarta at 4pm and a 12 hour overnight ride later, it will drop you off at the guesthouse in Bogor”. It sounded perfect to good to be true and so it was; travelling in a van overnight would enable us to save on the accommodation costs and ...
... on the left was nice and the thought passed my mind that with no train in Sumtra maybe I should drive.... not if we want to live until tomorrow. The traffic is beyond mad their are no rules accept use your horn every few seconds, drive where you like whatever side you like, red lights mean nothing. When in a cart there are moments when you pass that red light and think "that trucks going to hit us hooonk hooonk" as it approaches but I have to hand it to them the indonesiain are ...
So we left Miadstone at 9.15am Tuesday morning (26.8.14) and arrived at our hotel 31 hours later at 10pm Wednesday night (27.8.14) Indonesian time. It was an incredible long exhausting journey and by the last flight we were craving real air and light plus 3 airplanemeals becomes a bit much and why they insist on making it freezing on the plane I have no idea. All three planes we took were late. The highlight of this journey was arriving at our second stop over only ...
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... whatever they like, especially to tourists! This was annoying and unexpected, but we were eager to get to another part of the country and see the rainforest and vast Sumatran wildlife there.
And so, we headed towards Bukit Lawang, hoping that Northern Sumatra had more to offer us than McDonalds, English students and mediocre hotel rooms! But until then, I hope everyone is well and England is treating you all to good weather.
Love as always, Emma and Tom ...