Parai View

Jl Raya Bukit Tinggi, Medan Km 07, Bukittinggi, Sumatra, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jl Raya Bukit Tinggi, Medan Km 07, Bukittinggi.
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Travel Blogs from Bukittinggi

Rough with the smooth

A travel blog entry by paulanddara on Aug 24, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... stung your face like hail, and after 15 seconds, we were as wet as it is possible to be.  On the plus side, it did a good job at cleaning the bikes. We dripped our way into Tarutung having covered 158km, a distance record for Dara. We stayed that night in our first really basic hotel.  We were lucky in that we got a '’Deluxe Room,’’ which meant that whilst we still didn’t get toilet paper we did get a TV, even if it didn’t ...

Happy birthday Iuri!!

A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on May 23, 2014

84 photos

... practice their English and we were too happy to oblige.

Our guidebook also suggested to visit the Fort de Kock (built by the Dutch) that sits on the hilltop overlooking the city. We paid for the entrance and realized that attached to it, is the bukittinggi zoo. I am already not very fond of zoos to begin with and I won’t lie, I felt like crying the entire time I was there. It was horrible, sun beaming on all ...

Depressing zoo and civet poo!

A travel blog entry by gapyearat41 on Jul 31, 2013

3 comments, 39 photos

... guys next to us in their long sleeved tops and jeans were cool as cucumbers!

At one stage Martin leaned over the lady in front to open the window, the fresh air was amazing. She didn't complain as she was asleep. Then the heavens opened and rain poured in through the window, which no one could close. Did we feel guilty....no !!! So nice to get cool air in the van but the lady in front got a little wet!

We stopped around 6.15pm for the locals to break their ...

A Little Slice of Paradise (Sophie)

A travel blog entry by sophie_ish on Jul 11, 2013

24 photos

... manicured tropical gardens. After gawping at the view I had my first taste of Gado Gado, an Indonesian specialty made for me by Hari, who told me how much he loves to cook…. Over the next 2 days I found I loved to eat his food… his mother had taught him well!

In the afternoon I relaxed on the beach, reading and having a paddle in the warm water (heated by subterranean springs) before setting out on for a walk through some of the best Southeast ...

Wallowing in mud (Sophie)

A travel blog entry by sophie_ish on Jul 10, 2013

17 photos

... most dilapidated bus ever seen, followed by 2 more minivans (one with a seat that is not even bolted to the floor and the other with 2 of us and our backpacks rammed into the 1 front seat), however, once we see the impressive valley with limestone cliffs towering above the rice paddies it all seemed worth it. We stayed at Abdi's Homestay in cute bungalows with very friendly staff. Given that all the restaurants are closed for Ramadan, they kindly make us some noodle ...