Sinabung Resort Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSinabung Resort Hotel Sumatra
this hotel allow 7 local to check in the room at midnight in room 202. At last , they change me to room 208. My nightmare was starting after change to this room. There was some sound coming from top, like pushing chair, playing ball or walking around noise. I made complain to the hotel workers but they did not take this matter seriously. According to them nobody was staying 3rd floor , only a couple. Ghost ??? It stopped makig noise right at 6am.
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... the departing English teacher summed it up perfectly as he said "He British. Original English. Proper best.". I only wish I'd been able to work the correct pronunciation of aluminium into the conversation somehow.
Tuesday was a short, but incredibly sharp ride to another beach resort at Cimaja. It was only 87km but had some insanely steep climbs over some of the worst road surfaces we had been on yet. The day started badly with two crashes within minutes of each ...
... Good times as standard. However our crew didn’t last long as we were all tired from the trek and ***** nights sleep. Sat 29th June – After a good nights kip off we went swimming at a secret lagoon. Night time consisted off partying in the local bar and nightclub. Then me Geoffrey and Nat sat on his friends balcony watching the river and all the lights of the guesthouses etc. Amazeballs. Got in late though and had to get up early to leave. ...
... br> Click here to see more pictures of our elephant trek
That afternoon we had another guide take us tubing down the river past jungle and palm plantations and through small stretches of rapids. We finally arrived at a waterfall with a large swimming area at the base where we could cool off. Soon after, we left our tubes behind and continued back on foot through the plantation ...
... hit Banda Aceh. The last stop in Medan was at the post office to see the Dutch colonial architecture whose lobby doubles as a badminton court. There are some restored remnants of the colonial architecture such as the Standard Chartered Bank building and a Protestant church down the street from the hotel. Most of it has gone to decay and ruin. It seems the Dutch weren’t so popular that people want to remember ...
... to the Sumatran Orangutans, go to this site:
http://www.orangutanrepublik.org/become -aware/stay-informed/blogs/32-ecotour/3 23-sophie-s-donation-page
Sources- http://a-z-animals.com/animals/sumatran -orang-utan/- http://www.orangutans-sos.org/kids/oran gutan_facts- http://www.orangutanrepublik.org/become -aware/issues/orangutans-a-wildlife/sum atran-orangutan-crisis-mainmenu-4-27853 - http://www.orangaware.org/