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... year-round. Us Seattle-ites just need to get over the humidity, which is definitely not dry during "dry season".
On the island of Sumatra so far, about 1/2 of the women we see walking around cover up and wear head scarves. So if you have intentions to visit any Hindu or Buddhist temples while here, you better keep a scarf to cover your shoulders and/or long coverup to through over shorts. Another tip to battle the humidity is to carry around wet wipes, ...
... would soon have to get used too. A couple of hours later we finally arrived at our hotel, for 25$ dollars a night it was extremely nice. In our last days in Perth we had become used to paying 30$ for a 10 man dorm-room, so a private double ensuite hotel room was a warm welcome. However we did realize that we would not be able to afford such luxury every night! We had been advised to stay away from Kuta, hence the reason we immediately headed up north. We ended up spending 4 days ...
... at the beginning of the journey!). So, I off loaded and put my stuff onto the ferry (no tip here after that journey - not that tipping is expected). Supposedly you can get to Parapat and Lake Toba by plane but I'm getting mixed reports about whether the airport is closed or open at the moment - will advise once I find out more. The ferries are generally lovely vessels painted in bright colours in a similar way to the Jeepney's in the Philippines and the trucks in ...
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... locate general amenities, give you advice about using the local transport and sometimes even have a free map to help you along. Not this place. Thinking his lack of attentiveness odd, we ignored it, and headed to our room. We were welcomed to a room that was dark, had a door that didn't fit, was infested with ants (leading us to stack all of our belongings precariously upon any furniture we had), a virtually non-existant mosquito net and the bed owned springs ...