Comfort Hotel & Resort Tanjung Pinang
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... our heads were stacks of metal containers of some sort) it should be alright.
And in fairness, this driving would be impossible on German or Irish roads, but here oncoming traffic would slow down or even stop if they saw it will be a close overtake. In some cases it was literally less than a meter where we squeezed the little van through.
After an hour or so we had a brake and picked up couple of other passengers to continued south west. A little ...
... birthday cake for a lady who was part of a big Japanese group. When we were ready to leave the restaurant Tony went over (and in his best Japanese with a slight bow) shook the ladies hand and wished her Happy Birthday. This was the same group and for some reason they recognised Tony, so chatting was easy!! Used an umbrella to go back to J block. Getting ready for last evening meal at the small Terrace Restaurant. Oops......just had a ...
... stay in the sun. It is scorching and no storms yet that Helen was expecting. We are all inclusive so been drinking non alcoholic cocktails and loads of water from the beach bar. Also tried out the pool and it is also a fab temperature.t Snorkelling trips twice a day, so that's on the cards for tomorrow. This afternoon we went for a bit of lunch, had to answer a question at the door of restaurant and were given a raffle number. At 2pm the raffle was drawn and ...
... our visa's after which we were keen to get some bus tickets straight out of here.
Haggling for a taxi we bumped into a fellow backpacker, who was also looking to get a bus ticket. Evan is from America and although has been travelling for 8 months is sadly coming to the end of his trip, this being his last destination. Together the 3 of us got in the taxi first stopping at an ATM to get our hands on the local currency. The Rupiah is unlike any ...
... leaves at 7.30pm - that means a seven hour wait for us. Tomasz and Amelia, going to Danau Toba, only have to wait until 5pm for their bus.
We leave all our gear in the bus office and are directed to a Chinese Temple just down the road, behind which there is supposed to be a place to get food. Walking down the street, we are hooted and waved at by almost every passing car, bike or truck, such a rare sight we are. There is indeed a restaurant ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking