Inna Samudra Beach Hotel

Address: Jln Raya Tisolor Km 7, Pelabuhan Ratu, West Java, Java, 43365, Indonesia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Jln Raya Tisolor Km 7, Pelabuhan Ratu.
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    Travel Blogs from Pelabuhan Ratu

    Cianjur adventure

    A travel blog entry by markncatherine on Feb 13, 2015

    32 photos

    ... many interesting herbs/medicinal/edible plants so that was all quite interesting! After a nice lunch we watched one of the villagers preparing palm sugar for sale in the market. The sticky resin is tapped off the palm and boiled down to create something resembling molasses - tasted good. They can also make 'arak' (palm wine) from the same resin, so the odd palm in your back yard is quite a handy thing to have! The heavens opened while we were sat inside ...

    Tea and rain...its just like being at home!

    A travel blog entry by sowhatnext on Jan 18, 2015

    9 photos

    ... banana with cinnamon which was YUMMY. After this it was time to head back to the coach and make our way to the outskirts of Cinajur to the homestay where we would be for the night. The homestay wasn't quite what I imaged it would be, I was expecting a very small local community with a few us each staying with a different family and helping cook dinner or learn about a local tradition or playing with the children. Instead we all stayed in a large ...

    Floating Houses and Homestays

    A travel blog entry by wanderingjay on Dec 03, 2014

    ... it was such a little a on t they couldn't afford to buy a new house anywhere and ended up building floating houses on the 6000 hector lake. There are currently around 35000 houses and about 100000 people living there. Everyone here farms fish to sell to the local area and so each house is attached to large pontoons with netted areas where they breed the fish. Walking back to where we left the bus we meet some local kids who came and said hello. All ...

    We are surrounded by paddy fields!

    A travel blog entry by workerant on Oct 25, 2014

    4 photos

    ... numbers of people I think largest count was 19 people in one minibus (visualise people hanging out of doors,on laps etc!) As well as teaching English to the locals we are also learning Indonesian and a tiny bit of Sundanese. We aren't bad actually and have used our knowledge of numbers to buy batik in the fabric shops and to know that we were being ripped off on occasion! We have also tried to bring a bit of British to Indonesia with a Shepherds Pie, it was a ...

    Ride to Ujung Genteng & Curug Cikaso

    A travel blog entry by bkprime on Dec 27, 2013

    22 photos

    ... or dipping at the waterfall. But still, I did want to see it so that I could write about it – finally one of the purpose that I ride is to let others know that Indonesia has more to it than Bali!

    One of my apprehensions on my long rides is the amount of fuel in the tank. The digital fuel gauge on the dash isn’t the most accurate one in my experience and always gives a false sense of security. The tank is 15 litres with 3 litres ...