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... the airport for our flight the next day. Once there, we were told explicitly that the only way to get there was by taxi for 300,000 rupiah. When asking where we could get the Damri us we got when we arrived, the man said he was unsure where it stopped or how frequently it went. Disheartened by the prospect of paying £20 for a one hour drive that previously cost us only £1 each, we decided to book into the nicer looking hotel in the area and inquire about buses there. ...
... is in order and they just don't wont to due it...... hopefully some People will read this and revise their opinion about Western Union.... it sucks.... Being an new day with the daily limit renewed, I was able to convince the ATM Machine to hand me out my Money needed to pay up here. Counting 60 million Rupees took a while but in the end everything was correct , Fine paid Flight Clearance received .... in the meantime it was after 5 PM and the Personnel from the Fuel ...
got early up in order to have an 6AM departure which Asia can take anywhere from 1to 3 hours. Landing Fee and parking at stand # C23 for 3 Day was an whopping $ 9... yes nine Dollars it took the lady about an hour to figure it out and then she couldn't accept the 10 Dollars I offered her, needed to go to the Bank in another Terminal and make an deposit....ok. Clearance and take/off was smooth and quick and soon I cruised at FL110 towards my Destination WMSA in Malaysia some ...
This was such a beautiful story. The 2004 tsunami in Aceh, Sumatra left hundreds of children as orphans. One of the local large exporters in Medan established a charity donating 10 cents from each bag to support these children. Each bag is 30 kg of high quality green Arabica with the actual hand prints of each child with their name printed underneath. We have to do ...
... monkeys took my fruit supply for the day. So I’ve learnt to keep the blinds closed and food wrapped up here.
So everyone comes here, because it is one the last few places in the world where you can see Orang Utan’s in the wild. In order to do this, you need to book yourself on trek and you may find yourself with a few other tourists. Being an avid trekker, the jungle has become second nature to me, so trekking is no longer hard, ...
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