Pangeran Beach Hotel
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... on the pavement as their bright pom-poms shook on their foreheads.
We sat down at a table set out beneath the wide canopy of a waringan, it leaves the shape of ukuleles, and the coconut trees arched over the beach. As we listened to the waves break on shore and watched the bright lights of the ships on the water, we had one of the best, and most simple, meals of our journey, which more than made up ...
... get pretty ****** in the jungle when someone pinches your last 10 eggs.
JB was a pleasure to travel and surf with although we did see his angry side on a couple of occasions at around 4 am. This massive rooster had developed a nasty habit of sitting outside the room that Mario, Dirty, JB and I were sleeping in and would start crowing every morning at 4 am. After a couple of days and a few too many crows, JB clearly had had enough ...
After another 20 minutes Sam and Lucy appeared, Sam also had a board under his arm. Brad was feeling rather left out, but with only a couple of hours before the flight we didn't have time to surf. After having a last swim and de-bagging our legs we said goodbye. We hate saying goodbye to people as its always such an awkward affair. No one really knows what to say or how to act. Being on a beach is even worse as you are stood over the other party ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPangeran Beach Hotel Padang
There were some problems with electricity in the room but they were holding an international military conference so they were sold out. We were told it was a recurring problem they are trying to fix from the earthquake. The staff is friendly, the prices reasonable for being right on the beach and a nice restaurant and pool area.
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