Danau Toba International Medan
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... zeros, because I don't know. But make sure you understand the conversion, or else you may be taken advantage for being a foreigner and pay attention to the zeros on each bill you get back as change. However in Sumatra, everything is so cheap, I haven't paid more than 30.000 to 80.000 on my portion of a meal yet!
Driving.... So I've been to Morocco & Italy where the roads and drivers, I thought, were crazy. Oh no, not like here. I can't personally ...
... they will rip you off. A mere 12 hours later we had finally arrived in Bondowoso. On the ferry across to Java we met a really cool Canadian guy named Ben who ended up travelling with us for the next 4 days. We were all heading towards the Kawah Ijen crater and therefore decided to travel together. The bus ride to Bondowoso was quite an adventure one could say. We are still unsure what was going on with the driver but it seemed like he was in quite a rush. The driving style ...
... Lawang. Located about three hours drive from Medan along extremely bumpy 'still under construction' roads, Bukit Lawang is home to Sumatra's and one of Indonesia's only places to spot wild and semi-wild Orang-Utans, deep in the Sumatran rainforest. Signing up the night before from our luxury hotel, we arranged an all-day trek with a reputable company called Sumatran Paradise, who take you, with an experienced local guide, into the Sumatran rainforest for five to six ...
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... they must have been older than me. Feeling tired and stressed after our travel disaster this was hardly the room we needed. Feeling disheartened, we then found out that the local mosque directly opposite broadcasted very loudly every few hours, day and night. Resigned to the fact that we were in for a pretty bad nights sleep, we left the hotel in search of a decent map, some good food and some better experiences. We found none. In the so-called backpacker ...