Day 5 – Rainy Days

We decided to come to Indonesia in spite of the fact that it’s the rainy season. I don’t regret this decision yet, as it’s meant that there are very few tourists around and the rain hasn’t much messed up our plans.

The Lake was too choppy for swimming this afternoon, so we decided to go visit some historical sights on the island. But, when the clouds started rolling in and the locals started sending their kids out to collect the laundry, we decided to take cover.

Notice the Cross in the background? Samosir is a primarily Christian Island

We couldn’t have picked a better spot. With a lovely view of the lake and some gorgeous Indonesian coffee to sip on while the clouds empty, Yolanda’s Restaurant has proven to be a good choice.

A very cute little restaurant with really good coffee!