Guesthouse "The 4 Fish"
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... sack. The following day i had a chat with Noni, the daughter of the owner of Hotel Victory. She not only spoke excellent English but also had detailed knowledge of Tentena. She gave me a map and explained all the sights of interest to me in a perfectly coherent way. She also provided me with useful information for my onward travel. If that wasn't enough, she was pretty hot too. The hotel also offered motorbike hire so armed with my 2 wheels, maps and information, i began my day ...
... the light winds. There were many fish on the sounder and Evia Blue hooked up something very big that pulled all of his 500-plus metres of 80 lbs test off his reel before breaking him off on the coral. I wonder what type of fish that might have been, perhaps a large billfish or even a shark! We carried on ‘in company’ with all the cats to an intermediate location, and after finally getting anchored we enjoyed a nice sundowner on Sirius before a rocky night in the ...
... and was quickly followed by a match of rugby/water polo against the local kids and it was a spirited affair. We came out on top and cherished the victory of our first official match. The resort planned a bbq party and band for our last night. The food was great, the music awesome and a huge bonfire provided some ambience. We have an extremely early departure at 4:30 am tomorrow so we'll catch you up ...
... get to Hotel Rex or Hotel Regina but our driver and the other passengers didn't know where they were, and the Lonely Planet map is pretty rubbish. We usually have a map with GPS on the Nexus but it had been wiped as we'd spent so long without connecting to it. After lots of aimless driving about the town, we stopped and picked up a lady who could speak perfect English and was an English teacher at a primary school. She knew where the hotels were and directed the driver. We ...
... awake as we pulled into their gated drive at Air Madidi at around 0030. We unpacked and repacked quickly before heading to bed for a two-hour sleep. We were exhausted beyond belief, and I couldn't believe all that had happened in the past 24 hours. Thankfully, Pak Heintje had already prepared to take us to the airport, and they insisted on doing this rather than have us ride in a taxi there. I was very grateful, and Ibu Mariam explained it was no trouble because they don't sleep much anyway in their house. More to ...