Grand Angkasa International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the driver informed him that he was on his way. Funny enough he had been saying that for the past 45 minutes. Anyway at half past five the van finally arrived, a small Daihatsu minivan with space for 5 normal sized Europeans or 7 small Indonesians. We left and about 3 kilometres down the road we came to a stop, both drivers got out, without further instructions crossed the road and were gone. All right, there we were 6.30pm and only about 3 kilometres from our losmen. We ...
... us to London where all tourists are an inconvience. So we arrived at the 'bus stop' man sitting on the edge of the road who knows about buses. He told us to come tomorrow at 10am and then tried to get us a cab home but I was hungry. He decided to take us to the local bites and waited with us while I ate the best fish I have ever had with a drink and some fags(pack of 20) all for £1.30. He then put us in a cab home and when I tried to pay him for all his trouble he refused it ...
... of the gates we were mobbed by cab drivers and I mean mobbed "madam madam taxi taxi" ringing all around you. We did a runner (easier with no bag, silver lining and all) with 5 small Indonesian men on our tails and eventually got some peace for a cigarette as we repeated "let me smoke, let me smoke". One cab driver was less pushy and a good price so we went for him. He then led us to his cab, it was dark, the carpark was quiet and we were unnerved. The look on ...
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... des Töffs. Es ging alles gut und nach 3 Stunden habe ich alle Dokumente und bin durch den Zoll. Die 30 Kilometer zurück nach Medan brauchen fast nochmals so viel Zeit, da überall Verkehrsstaus sind und viel zu viel Verkehr. Der Verkehr erinnert mich ein wenig an Indien, aber nicht mit so viel Huperei. Mal sehen wie es morgen wird, wenn wir über Land fahren ...