Pardede International Hotel
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... we'll figure it out" mindset, and you will enjoy your time more.
Right now I am sitting at our infinity pool in Medan, relaxing, listening to 2 temples down the way... praying? It's like they are having a "praying battle," as Jessica commented. I find it very calming. We arrived today from Lake Toba, and before that, we took an excursion from Bukit Lawang to visit the elephant sanctuary.
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... nevertheless a nice fellah. 8:30 we arrived back at the hotel. Exhausted like no other we hit the bed, knowing that we had a maximum of three hours before we had to check out again. The alarm went and the 3 hours had passed like it was seconds, we jumped out of bed, packed our bags and headed for the bus station. The three of us decided to immediately go to the city Malang considering that Bondowoso had absolutely nothing to offer. Another 12 hours later, yes it seems like every ...
... the smell of a GIANT ant's urine. After I spotted so many of these crawling around our feet, I pointed them out to Ricky, who then proceeded to pick one up and put it in his mouth. ARGH! He said the females are easy to spot with their 'big round ass' and the males have a big head and small bum. Good to know! When eaten, they also contain a fluid known to relieve bowel pain and discomfort. I've had a fair amount of this kind of discomfort throughout my travels... but no way ...
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... part, were lovely and friendly. However, after 20 or so questions from each group and individual pictures with each student, we soon got tired of it. By the end of the day we had spoken to several groups and over 20 students in total. Safe to say, we had had enough of being the friendly English tourists for one day.
Hoping to find an alternative place to Yuki Plaza, we headed North to another Plaza in the area. However, all we managed to find was a ...