Hotel Aryaduta Medan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... your shiny face. Also, because western toilets aren't found anywhere other than resorts, bring travel tissues for the toilet and prepare to squat! Also, napkins are not expected to be supplied at restaurants, so these wipes and tissues are a lifesaver.
One traditional custom that I think every culture should adopt is the welcoming of a refreshing, complimentary drink upon arrival at a nice restaurant or resort. And on a tropical island, these normally ...
... a nice little city in the centre of Bali. We strolled around the town, spent a day visiting the temples around Ubud, attended a Balinese traditional dance, visited the famous monkey forest and even rented a scooter for a day to explore some of the surrounding neighbourhoods. All in all it was a great first couple of days in Indonesia. The monkey forest was our first real encounter with Indonesian monkeys. As little and cute as they look they surely are quite aggressive when it ...
... Australian in my mind... and my Southeast Asia travel book does not even attempt to say much positive about this place. It even also mentions the above Australian dude's question often rendering the response... "Ah Medan, mate... hands down". They do not really bother to paint a pretty picture, but assure us the city still has "a hint of crumbling Dutch colonial charm".... why use the word 'crumbling'?! Still does not make me want to go there. To be fair... you could see ...
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... All you could see were a pair of hands reaching out from the sidecar and onto the bike handlebars.
A couple more days of acclimatisation and prep before we start the cycling on Monday morning. Next rest stop is at Lake Toba which according to Wikipedia is "a lake and supervolcano". We've never even been to a regular volcano, so you can only imagine how exciting it must be to be going to a super one.
Next update likely to be from there.
Paul & ...