Grand Angkasa International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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... to move rooms as our initial room was just above the construction banging and drilling... GOOD TIMES. We often just headed over the road for every meal and wifi access to Medan's best restaurant... 'Tip Top'! The lovely owner recognised us from our frequent visits... about four times in three days! Luckily, we were not staying in Medan for its "crumbly colonial charm", this was merely a base from which to travel to a quaint little tourist town in the Sumatran ...
... a great time
... number of vehicles whose aggregate width equals the width of the road, plus one. There's a tentative hierarchy to determine which direction has right of way on any given lane at a point in time: truck beats SUV beats car beats motorbike (with side car) beats moped. Haven't seen enough bicycles to figure out where they figure on the vehicle food chain, but I'm thinking we're the equivalent of plankton. Should be fun trying to cycle out of the city on Monday morning.
... another, traffic lights were ignored, pedestrians dodged and horns honked as a safety measure signalling "I'm here, watch out!" rather than the typical british "Get out of the bloody way!" response. Gaining a sense of familiarity, we relaxed. This was a bad idea. Unbeknown to us, the driver was not aware that we would need some hint as to where we should get off. We had told him our intended destination, and hoped a quick "hey" would be given at the ...
... of us on the trek plus 2 guides and 3 hosts at the camp site so the 8 guests sat 2 by 2 in the middle rafts of the sets and there was a guide/host at either end with long poles to push us away from rocks along the river. After about half an hour of rafting we were back in town at the “jungle harbour” and then headed back up the mountain to the hotel. Martin and I changed into some dry clothes and then took a quick nap. After ...