Grand Inna Muara Hotel

Address: Jalan Gereja No.34 po Box 10, Padang, Sumatra, 25001, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jalan Gereja No.34 po Box 10, Padang.
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      Padang and the Living Bridge

      A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Sep 11, 2014

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      ... and education. The only negative thing about England is stress and in my mind this is the new corruption of the
      work place, a bi product of the constantly cracking whip that most English workers feel that I just can't find here. Don't get me wrong, England is not perfect and people should complain and constantly strive to make it a better country than it already is. 5.55am we fly to java and the capital of Indonesia ...

      Recover Day

      A travel blog entry by andiontheroad on Nov 19, 2013

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      ... shop with some internet. It was some sort of south-east Asian version of Starbucks and the two coffee's cost us more than the use of the internet at the hotel.

      It didn't matter, it was nice but there were no flights from Padang to Singapore to be found. So we decided to fly to Batam (another Island close to Singapore but part of Indonesia) and take a ferry from there.

      We found cheap flights on Tiket2 (an Indonesian comparison site) ...

      Making Up for My Weekend Without Words

      A travel blog entry by jen.galo.10 on Apr 20, 2013

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      ... A lot of the food is really good but I had SO MUCH food to try while we were traveling it was a bit ridiculous. I still won't eat innards and lung, etc, but I at least tried everything else. The students I traveled with are all a bit older than I am, mostly mid-40s and 50-somethings who laugh and tell me to just eat and spend money. People here who have money don't just work and accumulate more, they actually use it and enjoy it which ...

      Back to modern civilisation

      A travel blog entry by ann_ho on Apr 10, 2013

      29 photos

      ... tell it become a bit like a foodie Groundhog Day as we'd find it impossible to resist the delicious treats we had sampled the day before. Another unique Padang dish that we tried was the popular BBQ banana. At night the bridge over the river comes alive with street stalls selling BBQ bananas and sweet corn to young couples and family enjoying the cool evenings looking out at the bright lights of the city. The stall all sell the BBQ banana which is cooked in ...

      Vivre la difference!

      A travel blog entry by finnegan2012 on Sep 08, 2012

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      I am constantly amazed at the vast differences between islands in Indonesia. Yes, the people look vaguely similar, and the topography is volcanic mountains, but the culture on each island seems COMPLETELY different.

      When I went to Sumba in July, the "old culture" still reigned supreme. There were water buffaloes everywhere, rice paddies, and houses with huge thatched roofs in the center. The roads were terrible, windy, and it took forever to get anywhere. ...