The Pade Hotel
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... through custom again because of her mountain of tablets. We got on the plane. It was bumpy 45 minute flight, but we got to Medan safe. We now had to endure a longggggggg wait before our flight to Malaysia. At the airport all of the children wanted a picture with Eiry. We celebrated leaving Indonesia by having fine cuisine, a make yourself noodle pop, biscuits and nuts before trying to get some sleep in the ...
... paid off! We had a little beach hut that was set back in the trees a bit but it was so cool. We have a hammock outside our door and the reception/restaurant is overlooking the sea so it's beautiful! When Nathan came back to get me one of the locals stopped us before we started our walk to the hut and told us that the hotel have a free speedboat that they pick you up from at the village. So he rang them for us and we got a speedboat to the hotel in the end which was a ...
... we learnt that there were different options how to get to Pulau Weh:
- slow ferry: IDR 25,000 per person, dep. at 10.30, 1,5 hours.
- fast ferry: starting from IDR 65,000 per person (3 different classes), dep. more often, 45-60 minutes.
... experience. You will have the possibility to pass your knowledge to students, who are extremely eager to learn, but also to get to know a different culture in a deep way, to experience what real travel is. I met incredibly welcoming and nice local and international volunteers, and had the possibility to work in an international and highly stimulating atmosphere. Also getting to know, from the inside, how ...
My first experience of the Boxing Day Tsunami 2004 apart from seeing it on the news, was in Tangalle in Sri Lanka. The devastation and heartbreak encountered is beyond belief and now I find myself in Banda Aceh which was the worst hit of all the places affected.
I had arranged with a friend from Bukit Lawang to meet one his friends, a Becak driver however on arrival he's broken ...