Novita Hotel

Address: Jalan Gatot Subroto No 44, Jambi, Sumatra, 13614, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jalan Gatot Subroto No 44, Jambi.
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      Travel Blogs from Jambi

      Steve and Lila's wedding

      A travel blog entry by lily34 on Sep 11, 2013

      2 weeks before at Bali, was Lila's side party, this time, we are having the party at Steve hometown, so with some crew, we fly out to Jambi. 3 days for work this time..

      Bring back mpek mpek as souvenirs..

      The wedding itself so far going well, eventhough there was also some errors, but after all everyone happy.. not so many things to tell.. the town was not so big and didnt have lots of attraction place..

      Crossing Equator

      A travel blog entry by cimek on Dec 09, 2011

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      This day was one of the best days of
      this trip. It consisted all I like in riding.

      First, after I left the town I spent
      night in, I discovered that just a few kilometres further there is
      big river and …. no bridge. I had to take an offer of local Capitan
      and use small passenger boat to get across.

      Than, for half day I had bad road
      or even off road, but I relativelly enjoyed it. I could, at last made a proper use of my ...


      A travel blog entry by mikesblog on Mar 12, 2009

      Jambi was to serve two main purposes. The first was to break up my journey to Java. I took a shared car from Padang thinking it might be a bit more comfortable. As it was another 12 hour overnight journey I was hoping for a decent(ish) night's sleep. You basically hire a seat in a people carrier. It did not go to plan though. The road was awful so if the car was not bumping through huge holes in ...

      Weiter nach Sueden / Heading to south

      A travel blog entry by pajas on Jun 09, 2007

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      Destination 150: km89'454 Es geht weiter nach Sueden. Keine Zeit fuer Sehenswuerdigkeiten, die es aber kaum gibt. Endlich mal stop in einer Stadt deren Namen ich mir merken kann (Bangko[k]). XXXXX It goes on southwards. No time for sights, of which there are almost none. Finally a stop in a town its name I'm able to remember ...

      Vehicles and Volcanoes

      A travel blog entry by kerchang on Jul 08, 2006

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      ... to last an hour and a half!), she found this completely hilarious as did all the other masseueses who came to have a good laugh at this weak English specimen before forcing me to pay for the full 90 minutes, hobbling off, covered in bruises. Batam - a gangster town indeed. The journey from Batam to Bukitinggi was what can only be described as arduous. The first part involved reaching the town of Pekanbaru, first on a boat and then on a ...