Aston Tanjung Pinang Hotel and Conference Center
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... very confused and had to talk to her colleagues before i got my passport back with a stamp (where you could not even see my arrival date, so she had to write in everything by hand) and the stickers (placed wrong). next i went to find an atm and took a taxi to the bus station. the old man driving was so nice, gave him 5 rm (10 sek/1 pound) in tips and he got very happy. were a lot of bus companies to choose between, but took one i've been reading about online when i googled the ...
woke up early to see the sunrise. the day was spent relaxing, hanging out with my camping mates, eating good food (livias cooking with diskas fishes he catched in the morning) and some more exploring of the island. can't believe how lucky i am being able to have such a unique experience. ...
... something with rice noodles but don't remember what it was called. as it's problem with the electricity on the whole island we haven't had light so far during my stay with livia. her cousins family that lives near by have a generator, so we can charge our electronics there. have been to their home several times already, as well as on home visits to livias patients. it's very interesting to see how the local ...
... the water reminds me of the new hobbit movie i just saw in singapore. i think i'm one of the first (or maybe even the first) from europe visiting the island. it's a small island where most men work as fishermen. most of the people seems to be very interested in who i am, but it's a shame we can't talk. non of them except for my host livia knows english. they all seems super sweet tho. i guess i have to learn some indonesian. think i will have an unforgetable time ...
... of kilometers I even fade away into sleep.
I woke up once a couple of times and the surroundings got more city like and the sun was coming up.By now we were on the southern half of the globe. That's right! The first time I crossed the equator was in a little street racing van on the roads of Sumatra!
Half dead we arrived at the Hang Tuah Hotel in Padang at 7 am. First thing was to have shower and then straight to bed to catch up on the missed sleep.
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- Free parking