Silintong Hotel

Address: Jl. Durian No.5 Tuk-Tuk Siadong, Samosir, Sumatra, 20234, Indonesia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Jl. Durian No.5 Tuk-Tuk Siadong, Samosir.
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      Travel Blogs from Samosir

      Recovery on Lake Toba

      A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Dec 01, 2014

      28 photos

      ... to be the home of a Super Volcano the type that if let loose would wipe out most of humanity – it isn’t called Super for nothing you know!

      In fact the last time it erupted, some 70,000 years ago it did just that, killing everything in its path and almost everyone in the world. Traces of ash and rock from this eruption have been found as far as South America and Africa making it the largest ...

      Kayaking on Lake Toba

      A travel blog entry by stephenshortt on Oct 02, 2014

      9 photos

      Welcome to "Merlyn Guesthouse' just down the road from Carolina's (Boo! Hiss!) run by a lovely couple Kati (from Germany) and Evan (a local Batak man) and their two lovely dogs. The guest-house has only 4 rooms 2x traditional Batak style houses at 90,000rph ($A9) per night with simple en-suite with local style squat toilet, and 2x modern rooms at 110,000rph ($A11) with en-suite and western toilets. All have showers with hot and cold water. If you want to try a local Batak house the ...

      Relaxed on one of Asias biggest land islands

      A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Sep 06, 2014

      6 photos

      ... want to do but the view of both the waterfall and over the island to the lake was worth it - a guy decided to charge us to park which we knew was a con but pennies and his really odd face made me pay it without argument and just leave. We decided to take the back roads back to the main road, a bumpy dirt path which was an excellent good idea for both bike control lessons and to see the real local houses. The kids came running out "hello misses" playing ...

      Second largest lake in South East Asia!

      A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Aug 21, 2014

      1 comment, 22 photos

      ... into the still, reflective, crystal clear lake. It was so calming to watch while soaking in now the hot sun! The skies were equally blue and the white clouds were like art floating in the sky and reflecting on the waters below. Absolutely stunning. With a bit more distance under our belts we stopped for lunch at a small shack right on the beach. It was great to sit and enjoy a fresh cooked meal from a mother tending not only to us, but here three children ...

      Hello Miss. Hello Mister.

      A travel blog entry by paulanddara on Aug 19, 2014

      3 comments, 14 photos

      ... quite sure if it’s because we are white, wearing lycra, or riding bikes. Given that only children seem to ride bikes here up until they’re old enough to drive a moped (seems to be about 11), it might be the latter The food has also been very good, although if you didn’t eat rice or peanuts you would be pretty screwed. Nasi goreng (a type of fried rice) and satay have become our safe go-to dishes in any restaurants that look dubious, or where we have ...