Tiara Medan Hotel & Convention Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... they will rip you off. A mere 12 hours later we had finally arrived in Bondowoso. On the ferry across to Java we met a really cool Canadian guy named Ben who ended up travelling with us for the next 4 days. We were all heading towards the Kawah Ijen crater and therefore decided to travel together. The bus ride to Bondowoso was quite an adventure one could say. We are still unsure what was going on with the driver but it seemed like he was in quite a rush. The driving style ...
... jungle trekking, with a 90% chance of seeing Orang-Utans in a semi-wild environment, as well as other monkeys, birds and reptiles. Twice a day at a feeding platform in Bukit Lawang, visitors can also watch jungle rangers feed semi-wild Orang-Utans, who are being rehabilitated from captivity, before being ready to be released back into the wild. Researchers here fear that the few that do remain (only about 250), will not survive further displacement of habitat due to ...
... and teaching ...
... with side cars are one of the most common forms of transport here, with the sidecar designed to accommodate one or two people, plus one riding the motorbike. The record seen so far has been 15 people in one: 12 school children in the sidecar, and an adult motorbike rider with an extra child in front and behind him.
Our personal favourite has been the motorbike rider who opted to stay dry in one of the frequent rain showers by riding his motorbike from inside ...
... us holding a sign saying Eiry Bateman like the celebrities. We got in the free taxi provided by the hotel and set off. At the hotel, we quickly checked in and went out for food because we were starving. We followed the map and soon found out there was nothing in Banda Aceh, including places to eat. It was just roads. We found a small cafe that was doing food so we looked at the menu and picked some stuff off there hoping for the best. When it came Nathan's bowl was full ...