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... 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, ...
... home already which means another night on the Cot.... Capt. Antonio Rowo introduced him self as the F16 Pilot which intercepted me and we had an nice long chat about the Cultural and Political Differences , about his Role in his Country and future and direction it is going. I showed him the SX after he had permission from his superior but when of the Guards made Pictures with their Cellphones he made sure those pictures where deleted before we went back ...
... miles to the east across the Indian Bengal Ocean Upon entering Indonesian Airspace 1 min within my EET everything seemed fine and talking to Medan Control there was no indication anything was amiss. Out of peripheral Vision turning my head there was one F16 intercepting me, tuned in 121.5 and the Pilot told me to follow him....%*#% what is wrong here , I had no Idea but followed the F16 which lowered his gear and indicating Landing is strongly advised , so I landed on the ...
We arrive after another pleasant flight to quite a modern and large airport, Medan is Indonesia's 4th largest city. Our bus from the airport costs just 75pence each and delivers us to Medan city centre in about an hour. Medan is not somewhere you'd stay unless you have to...but as it's 3PM we don't have time to get a 3 hour local bus to Bukit Lawang (Where we actually want to be!), we're stuck here. Needing money is always a concern, ...
... intense humidity will make life uncomfortable. A trek for one day should only be about 375,000. So having arranged my trek, the next morning I found myself heading into the jungle on well-trodden paths, the paths are a little muddy and you do a lot of climbing up and down, but you are really not in the jungle, more just following the paths.
But nothing could prepare me for the first sight of my first wild Orang Utan. A male sat in the top of a tree, gently chewing on ...
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