Tabo Cottages

Tuk Tuk, Samosir, Sumatra, Indonesia | Ranch
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    Travel Blogs from Samosir

    Lake Toba to Bukit Lawang - day 23

    A travel blog entry by eiry on Aug 07, 2014

    ... 8.30 am boat. on the boat we were worried that we would not get to our onwards bus connection. When we got to the harbour, we quickly rushed off. Luckily our bus had not left. I had a mie pop curry ayam for breakfast in the rush. Quickly eat it and got on the bus. The bus trip was standard Indonesian, bumpy, winding roads and wacky racers. Though the views were amazing along the way. We also had ...

    Indonesia (Sumatra) - Lake Toba

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jul 24, 2014

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    ... changed our seats several times. We wanted to reduce the possibility that somebody will get on the train at the next stop and kick us out. In the end it was only a matter of good luck.

    At the beginning of the train journey we surprisingly had a lot of interaction with local people, or more with their children who kept approaching us and asking us different questions. We liked this part a lot! At the same time more and more people were getting on the train but somehow ...

    Final night in Sumatra

    A travel blog entry by sw19mike on Mar 05, 2014

    ... in touch on Facebook, and meet soon in SW19. Sad to say goodbye to new friends.
    We get tickets for an early shared taxi tomorrow morning, and the taxi is now full, so there won't be any delays. 75,000 rupiah each makes it 7.50 for the two of us for a 4 hour trip in an air conditioned people carrier. And the driver who had planned to pick us up would have charged 5 times that for the journey. Not surprised he didn't mention this alternative. ...

    What a noisy place!

    A travel blog entry by sw19mike on Mar 02, 2014

    ... to disgorge their loads. We beckoned a hotel worker from behind the bar - no point calling him, even someone sitting next to us couldn't have heard. And his response? It's not his fault! We weren't suggesting it was, but it certainly wasn't ours! We got nowhere, but I for one vowed I wouldn't eat here again. Well, our flight to Delhi is on Thursday, so we will leave here on Wednesday and overnight in Parapat to make sure we ...

    Tomok market

    A travel blog entry by sw19mike on Mar 01, 2014


    ... thing. Well, mine but not Baska's.
    The other guys decided over breakfast to rent motorbikes; Baska and I will walk to Tomok; it's only about 8km. When the hotel guys try to sell us on the idea of motorbikes, and we tell them we are walking to Tomok, they express incredulity. Indonesians really don't seem to know what legs are for! We arrange with Adam and Laura and Davey and Kelly to meet up In the bar around 5 o'clock for a pre-prandial libation, and set off for our ...