Maninjau Indah Hotel

Address: Maninjau, Sumatra, 61018, Indonesia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Maninjau

Great day with the Payakumbuh teachers & students

A travel blog entry by tom_hannah on Apr 17, 2015

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... were even invited to an Indonesian wedding that evening! We were slightly nervous as we felt extremely underdressed for the occasion but Elvia, one of the teachers who had invited us, assured us no one would mind. Arriving, we were welcomed into the bride's house by the bridal party who had pictures with us. One of the girls took a shine to Tom, ordering the photographer to get pictures of the two of them.


It is all about the journey, not the destination

A travel blog entry by kathabe on Mar 17, 2015

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In the morning, at breakfast the guesthouse staff informed us that the
"titanium flower" would bloom today in a nearby village. From my welsh
travel mate I got a quick botanical training: the titanium flower is a
very rare flower and does only bloom once in 3 years and afterwards it would die. We
decided to go with another Korean guest. The only way to get there was
by motorbike and as none of us felt good enough ...

Paragliding, motorbike accident and EARTHQUAKE

A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Sep 08, 2014

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... not to much like we have experienced in other places. We drank fruit shakes and relaxed for the day and got info from the staff about activities we booked for tomorrow. There was one other guest who we later discovered was the owner, paradise.
The Next DayToday we booked to go paragliding. Two guys at the hotel Harris and Noi took us to the spot on the back of their motorbikes, I am always terrified for the first 15mins then settle down. We had to climb a famous road, road ...

Rough with the smooth

A travel blog entry by paulanddara on Aug 24, 2014

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... 110km becomes a fairly trivial distance) and was characterised by a drop back into the lowlands where the fields of vegetables gave way to rice paddies and water buffalo surrounded by jungle. There was one stretch of the ride where the jungle stretched right to the edge of the road, and you could hear a huge troop of gibbons right at the edge of the trees.  Their warning calls seemed to follow as you cycled along for a mile or two, but hard as I tried I ...

Have bike, will travel

A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Sep 19, 2013

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Hired a scooter in Bukittinggi for 4 days. After Harau drove back through Bukittinggi and then on to Lake Maninjau. It's absolutely beautiful. The lake is at the bottom of a volcanic crater and is 17km long and 8km wide. The road down from the top down to the lake shore has 44 hairpin bends and they are all numbered. The ride down was great fun. Like other places in Sumatra it used to be a popular backpacker hangout but now ...