Hotel Aryaduta Medan
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... one month in Medan. ...
... ape-ing around. It's amazing how their four limbs seemed to be completely interchangeable, and if you couldn't see a head at any point it was almost impossible to tell which way up they were.
Traffic in and around Medan was chaotic and at times terrifying. As John - one of the other tour riders who took the day trip with us - commented, the road markings are clearly there as a suggestion, and that suggestion is generally ignored. The maximum number of lanes of traffic ...
The bus journey took about an hour to get to the Medan central area, during which we began to get a sense of Sumatra's scenary. The outskirts were rural, green, completely flat, covered with palm trees and reminded us both of northern Vietnam! The reckless driving also reminded us of our initial arrival in Hanoi and the madness of the Vietnamese roads. Although, luckily for us, Medan was the tamer version. Cars, bikes and minivans weaved in and out ...
... fruit. The super skinny jean isn't an ideal look for someone 6'4" and girl that isn't asian petite -- seriously I don't think anyone here has an ass, so finding pants that accommodate mine seems impossible.
Again the last couple nights Rick has either been off or home from a trip so we've tried to explore some other restaurants we can walk to. The idea of walking places is very strange for people here. They don't understand why if you have money you ...
... capsule that can be closed offering way more privacy than traditional hostels. We took a nap after we were checked-in and then headed to a vegan restaurant down the street for some dinner. Once back at the hotel we watched some TV on the laptop and then called it a night.
We had an amazing time in the Sumatran jungle and were sad to leave it behind... Nevertheless we now start the next leg of the adventure in Singapore, stay tuned!