Putri Pandan Resort
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... We continued walking up the street and found a hotel. We had to wake up the receptionist to ask for a room, but guess what, full again. We had had enough at this point so we asked if we could stay in the reception lobby until the morning, and he said yes. We slept on and off on chairs until the morning. People were then starting to check out. They had a room, woohoo. We were able to get in there at 8am. We had a cold shower and then went straight to ...
... of kilometers I even fade away into sleep.
I woke up once a couple of times and the surroundings got more city like and the sun was coming up.By now we were on the southern half of the globe. That's right! The first time I crossed the equator was in a little street racing van on the roads of Sumatra!
Half dead we arrived at the Hang Tuah Hotel in Padang at 7 am. First thing was to have shower and then straight to bed to catch up on the missed sleep.
What a day! This morning we went to the beach to catch up on our sun bathing. It was sunny and hot, with very light cloud. My how things change quickly. We could see the sky darken and could work out that it was raining out at sea. We had been lying on our towels relaxing when the first spots of rain hit us. We decamped to the Beach Bar or Mata Hari Bar and watched the wind stir up the water and then the rain lash down. Lots of thunder ...
... Then it was getting ready for evening meal and guess what.........we sat on a table for 8 and had no company whatsoever. It was great, as was the meal. Also at lunchtime Helen had discovered White Chocolate Bread but there was none available tonight. Tony had discovered Century Old Eggs (sort of brown and sludgy), on the Chinese tables and thankfully there was none of these available.
A quick game of cards and then off to ...
... only tourists on the entire island. The locals were strange and kept staring at us, there were no good sightseeing spots, and the beaches were all private and owned by resorts. I wasn't interested in dropping $300 a night for a nice resort, so it was time to leave.
Without getting our money back for the for the 2nd night, we got on another ferry and took a random trip to Bintan. Now this ...