Tiara Medan Hotel & Convention Center
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... amp; Philippines, people of Holland and more. The overwhelming religious practices are Hindu, Muslim & Christianity. Originally colonized by the Dutch, Indonesia became independent in 1947. While the Dutch were invited to leave at this time, a flood of other surrounding countries' people came in. With this in mind, there are many more people of Holland, Europe, Asia & Australia that casually travel to Indonesia than Americans. We regularly get ...
A quick nap and a few card games later the wheels hit the asphalt, an unclear welcome in what we assume was English from the captain came out the speakers and off we were. We got our visa, picked up our backpacks and headed for the exit. As soon as we exited the gate it started, the Indonesian harassment as some may call it. About 25 taxi drivers swarmed us yelling out hotel names, asking us taxi, taxi and wondering where we were going. We managed to dodge quite some of ...
... rooms are not big but have lovely comfortable beds, quality linen, are clean & tidy with excellent bathrooms and good Wi-Fi. A gem at $A35 a night.
The next morning the taxi picked me up and off I went to Lake Toba (and this is the only negative to visiting Lake Toba - the 5 hour, somewhat terrifying drive there). The driver was, up until we reached the base of the crater, the sanest I have had so far but all that changed when we got to the side ...
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... number of vehicles whose aggregate width equals the width of the road, plus one. There's a tentative hierarchy to determine which direction has right of way on any given lane at a point in time: truck beats SUV beats car beats motorbike (with side car) beats moped. Haven't seen enough bicycles to figure out where they figure on the vehicle food chain, but I'm thinking we're the equivalent of plankton. Should be fun trying to cycle out of the city on Monday morning.