HW Hotel Padang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
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Travel Blogs from Padang
... It felt nice to be a millionaire for once :-).
Just minutes (maybe 5) after the cheque was signed I got a call from the booking agency to confirm the flight.
On the way back to the hotel we strolled through a proper south east Asian market. Pretty much half of the people shouted at us "Hello Mister" and not all of them wanted to sell us something. Most were just excited to say something to a foreigner. I should mention, since we ...
... hours by plane if you want to get there quick. The term "hit the ground running" doesn't even begin to explain the weekend. As soon as we landed, we met Nia's friend and the two drivers. One took our bags directly to the hotel to be held until we arrived and the other was the driver we had for the weekend with the 10 person van Nia and the ladies had rented for our little adventures. We started by stopping immediately for ...
... so its almost steamed into a soft light mush. Then this is topped with chocolate sprinkles and a generous helping of grated cheese. Yes I did day cheese. And it somehow worked. The sweet savoury dense flavour of the cheese balanced off the sweet chocolate sprinkles and gooey banana. An interesting mix but I preferred the deep fried version more. Other then eating our way around Pedang we also witnessed some of the most vibrant sunsets. After a week of stormy ...
... tombs dotted nearly every property, and the people were poor -- incredibly poor. Everyone wanted a piece of the rich man's (that's me) pie. There was not one chain store on the whole island -- not even a Circle K (Indo's 7-11).
In Bali, there are Hindu temples everywhere. Every beach has a temple, and every house, it seems, has a small worshipping spot. The buildings are stone and square, with obvious Hindu influence everywhere. Limestone ...
... being of a more prosaic temperament, was agog at the narrow gauge rack railway that ran alongside the roadway and up the steep hills. There are quite a few volcanoes around this way, with treks if you are up to it. We have decided we are not!
We do intend, however, to drive to Lake Maninjau, which is a gigantic crater with a circumference of about 90km. We will do that ...