Rocky Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... in Indonesia I have not seen a single foreigner aside from Basti (and maybe a guy on the street as we drove past him - but I'm not sure about that one either).
Anyway, the walk through the market was very exciting. Before returning to the hotel room we checked back at our coffee shop to see if a confirmation of the flight has arrived. This time we didn't buy anything and were just standing outside the shop. Wifi still worked and indeed ...
... what should have been breakfast but was actually different types of chicken and beef and boiled eggs in spicy sauce, etc. We were traveling in and around the town of Bukittinggi, which is one of the larger and more well-known cities in West Sumatra. We started out by going to see Aia Tajun Silaiang which is a waterfall about 70 feet high. It wasn't that far from the airport, maybe about 45 minutes or so, which was just a small bit of ...
... After very limited exchanges of broken English it was a refreshing change. The boys were extremely polite and we were happy to help them fill out their homework forms with good comments. The next day on our way into a museum we were mobbed by a large group with the exact same form. One of the boys was there amongst them. We worked our way around the group, filling around 10 forms with comments and having a variety of conversations with each of them. Some were ...
... 24 hours, most of it spent sleeping. And I'm not sure if Padang is an accurate representation of the island as a whole. But, first of all, I was surprised how filled with jungle this island is. There are huge volcanic mountains just outside of town, and the jungle keeps trying to sprout through whatever man-made items are built.
The trees here are amazing! They have giant -- 50-60 foot trees -- lining each street, ripping the sidewalks apart. ...
... enjoy chilling in this area. Not far from the clock there is a traditional market called Pasar Atas. We can find many thing in there, They sell various hand woven, moslem praying mat, souvenirs, hand made textile, everything. Do not forget to bargain a half price from the offering price :D
2. Singkarak Lake
The lake is very big and has a great panoramic view, we had lunch near the lake, and the bought bili fish 3 KG :D ...