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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Well, our last full day in Sulawesi! We woke up this morning with some clear blue skies and a waterfall excursion. We headed to Tunan waterfall approximately 45 mins. away and it spectacular. The water was no longer 30 Celsius and provided a bone chilling swim. The kids enjoyed swimming through the falls and splashing around. On the way to the falls, they all pitched in and collected the garbage along ...
... 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 ...
We got up this morning to the sound of pouring rain on the tin roof of our cottage at Lorenzo's. I had to rouse everyone out of bed, which was no small feat - Hosanna and I kept getting convinced to stay "just a bit later" last night at the last hurrah at Lorenzo's with our Spanish, English, Dutch, French and Indonesian friends. It wasn't too late - I think we all turned in before midnight - but late enough that waking up this morning wasn't on the top of any of ...
... which was tilted over and wedged fast blocking the road. No one had any information or made any attempt to explain the situation to us, but it was obvious our bus wasn't going anywhere, at least until the mud dried up. We just sat there on the bus for about two hours as it got dark, the rain pelted down and the situation got worse and worse.
Eventually, we teamed up with some other travelers as all the local people seemed quite resigned to sit there in the cramped bus all ...
... at around 2145, but the bride and groom wanted to take some pictures with Hosanna and I. I commented to Ibu Golda that the bride looked positively exhausted. She had to have been - with the wedding starting at around 1300, and the dinner and cavalcade of photo-ops, sermon-giving, and abundant singing, its amazing the new couple could keep their eyes open. We thanked them, and had even more food there as they insisted that we try a few things that were still out on the buffet ...