Hotel Mirasa

Address: Jalan Mayor Ruslan, Sumatra, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jalan Mayor Ruslan, Sumatra.
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Travel Blogs from Sumatra

Weeks 39, 40 and 41

A travel blog entry by conanashdown on Jul 16, 2013

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... miss this place. Sund 30th June – travelled to Berastagi – checked into a guesthouse with Sasha and Nat. My new companions for a bit. It’s a nice change because the general backpacker here seems to be a bit nearer my age. Not all 19 year olds, drinking like its their last day on earth. So I get to chill out in more mature company – lol. Lovely woman they are too. Mond 1st Jul – not much to do here apart from ...

Indonesia-Elephants and Tubing in Tangkahan

A travel blog entry by rjdemp on Jul 03, 2013

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... We stopped along the way at a small riverside store where our guide bought us coffee and freshly fried bananas from the woman running the place with her three small children. We made another stop in the village where our guide lived to see his house which had woven palm frond wall panels and a thatched roof. It also had a decent sized TV set. He proudly told us he built it himself and it was ...

Indonesia - Medan & Tangkahan in Sumatra

A travel blog entry by rjdemp on Jul 01, 2013

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... br> We were finally on our way to the jungle; a 3 hour drive on mostly unpaved roads through endless palm plantations and small villages. The ride was bumpy and bouncy and very slow going so we were very relieved when we finally arrived at the visitor center in Tangkahan. We registered for our permits and then climbed down the stairs to the edge of the Batang Serang river and crossed a wood plank to the raft that ...

An Archeological Gem....Balaputradewa Museum

A travel blog entry by venoth on May 01, 2012

2 comments, 28 photos

... in the province. These date back to the stone age with actual artifacts found being preserved.

The next pavilions displayed articles from the 7th century Sriwijaya empire and then moved ...

Pindang Sekanak...A Wonderful Dish

A travel blog entry by venoth on May 01, 2012

2 comments, 7 photos

... my dad refused to try the cockles as they seemed raw to him and he is not used to eating it that way. Definitely it was a memorable lunch as we have never tasted anything like this before. The fish was also extremely good and the soy sauce was lovely. On the whole, for three the lunch only came up to USD 5.

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