Grand Mutiara Hotel Berastagi
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Mutiara Hotel Berastagi Medan
Stay for 1 night. Hotel facilities and ammenities is OK, will stay here again if I visit Brestagi in future.
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... get a bonus. They aren't as well protected in Borneo I don't think. Not many animal is because f the deforestation rapidly increasing. It was a very bumpy ride back to the city, on the way we went through all the little villages. Indonesia is full of musicians! Every restaurant and guesthouse in bukit lawang had people playing their guitars and singing western songs. It was really nice! As we went passed the villages I ...
... got dark. A few drops started falling - nothing new considering that it was rain season – however, all of a sudden heaven broke open and a tsunami of water came plunging down. This was real rain. We had heard of the monsoon rainfalls and therefore decided to seek shelter in the hope that it was just a torrential downfall, again a slight miscalculation. After waiting for 30 minutes we all agreed that two miscalculations were enough for the day and defeated we headed for the ...
... of fruit made the orang utans less dependent on human feeding, even at the rehabilitation centre. A visit to the feeding platform at the centre was not fruitful, presumably because the orang utans were already full of fruit.
More successful was a trek through the jungle. This was not like trekking in the Amazon, where the guides used the traditional methods of native trackers. Here, they monitored the ...
... very rapidly. ...
... whatever they like, especially to tourists! This was annoying and unexpected, but we were eager to get to another part of the country and see the rainforest and vast Sumatran wildlife there.
And so, we headed towards Bukit Lawang, hoping that Northern Sumatra had more to offer us than McDonalds, English students and mediocre hotel rooms! But until then, I hope everyone is well and England is treating you all to good weather.
Love as always, Emma and Tom ...