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... lying in the path. A baby King Cobra and a red snake with black stripes, both highly venomous, would I have seen them in the path, I hope so. We also got attacked by a bee which the guide said was dangerous but were not sure if this is just because their sting hurts or it is actually dangerous. Funnily enough when we saw the red snake, our guide was very excited and whipped out his camera to take photos meanwhile Kirsty was being attacked by the bee, so we had the ...
... more foreigners than locals.
When we first spotted a travel agency on the corner right at the pier of Parapat, we thought somebody had been very smart here. The agency provided any kind of services you can imagine (restaurant, accommodation, transportation, tours etc.), plus it captured all coming and leaving foreigners. It seemed to be great business making a lot of profit to its owner. Anyways we had breakfast in the agency´s restaurant and waited for our bus ...
Today we met our driver again and headed to the hill town of berastagi. The original plan was to walk up a volcano but amanda wasn't very well so on arrival at the hotel we just went straight to the room. As it turned out we spent the day in bed reading and sleeping. This was a very odd day because the driver kept wanting us to stop on the way, first at a coffee place, then a waterfall, then a farm (probably to earn more commission ) and he couldn't understand it when we kept ...
Some of the strongest earthquakes and most powerful volcanic eruptions on the planet happen on the island of Sumatra. It can be a very dangerous place to live! Earlier this year a volcano called Mount Sinabung erupted covering villages in ash and killing 14 people. Mount Sinabung also erupted while I was on Sumatra causing an earthquake. Although it was a ...
... ojek was chock a block full of people and stacks of vegetables. They fitted us in, after reshuffling the stacks of vegetables, and we made it back. It's been 3 days now, and I have been constantly feeling nauseous, and had no appetite. I'm blaming it on the sulphur in the air, and hoping that once we leave here I will feel better. We had to wash the sulphur smell off us and our clothes. My swimmers still stink of sulphur after being washed about 6 ...