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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Kesawan Medan
This is a cheap hotel and facilities are very basic. No washbasin to brush your teeth. Noisy. Somebody knocked on my door at 03.00 in the morning trying to open it. Staff were chatting, singing and giggling at 07.00 in the morning which woke me up. Staff were otherwise friendly but if I would pay a little more next time for some extra comfort at another place.
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Mein Flug zurück nach Padang geht um dreizehn Uhr. Da die erste Fähre von Tuk Tuk erst um 7Uhr und der erste Bus nach Medan erst um halb Acht geht könnte es knapp werden meinen Flieger zu erreichen. Man muss wissen, de Straßen sind hier nicht immer gut und auf dem Trans-Sumatra-Highway fahren auch alle Laster, die langsam sind und den Verkehr zusä …
... found the staff very helpful and were relieved to discover it was indeed possible to use public buses toget to the airport, as log as you left enough time. All for a mere 40,000 for the both of us!
In a much better mood, we headed to our room, happy to be relaxed and cool for the first time in a while. This turned out to be rather shortlived. Now, on our journey we had come across many creepy crawlies to be expected while backpacking the area... mosquitos, ...
... resting and then watched the locals play some sports. We headed to the on site restaurant for some dinner where we were serenaded by the staff and their friends playing guitar and singing. Once finished dinner we went back to out room/hut and not 5 minutes later did it start pouring. The rain and thunder lasted for most of the night, but thankfully stopped early enough for things to dry up a little bit before our trek.
We got ...
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