Berastagi Cottages

Address: Jalan Gundaling, Berastagi, Sumatra, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jalan Gundaling, Berastagi.
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    Travel Blogs from Berastagi

    Volcanoes & a lovely family home stay!

    A travel blog entry by geogging-around on Mar 06, 2015

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    On Friday we left Bukit Lawang at 8:30am, and arrived in Berastagi around midday. To get here you have to go back via Medan so it was quite long winded, but the second half of the journey was really nice mountainous scenery going up to the Karo Highlands. Once we arrived in Berastagi, the minibus driver tried to kick us out and force us to eat at his mates restaurant for lunch! we refused to leave as we were already in the flipping town and we just wanted to get to ...

    Orangutan trekking & sleeping in the jungle!

    A travel blog entry by geogging-around on Mar 04, 2015

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    On Wednesday we started with an early yummy breakfast whilst mentally preparing for our day of trekking in search of orangutans! After faffing around for a while packing up our stuff, we left a little later than planned on a walk down the village, across the river and into the national park. Our guide was one of the young guys from Sam’s, who we had been playing scrabble with for a few days so we already got on well with him. The first half an hour or so of the ...

    Climbing Sibayak to the Crater of the Volcano

    A travel blog entry by dreamchasers on Jan 30, 2015

    3 comments, 7 photos

    I believe our guide told us there are over one hundred and sixty volcanoes in Indonesia, several of which are found in Sumatra. According to Lonely Planet, the two most accessible in Sumatra - Sibayak and Sinabulu - found in Northern Sumatra, attract the majority of volcanoe seekers here. However, our guide informed us that hiking Sinabulu is not allowed, because the climb is very dangerous, and because of the possibility of ...

    A month through Indonesia, our gateway to Asia!

    A travel blog entry by movi on Jan 06, 2015

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    ... Island we were! An island located on Lake Toba, the largest volcanic lake in the world. We had booked the bus and for the first time had not been ripped off, instead we came to realize that we actually had paid the same price as the locals did. We also met a German couple on the bus that had paid way more for their bus trip so we were happy we were not the victims, for once! The bus ride turned out to be ‘quite’ (with emphasis on quite) comfortable as opposed to some ...

    Cabbage city

    A travel blog entry by djgoes on Dec 26, 2014

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    ... took the opportunity to ask him about the town and his community. He was paid 800$ a month teaching and there were presently over 1 million unemployed teachers in Indonesia. He was 53 and still renting a house as he had 3 children of school age and it cost 60$ , $250, and 350$ per month for elementary, junior, and senior high school respectively. Rent on his house was 200$ a month. He rented a piece of land and grew a cash crop of carrots ...