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TravelPod Member ReviewsBahowo Lodge Manado
Staying here, at Paula and Phil's place ( plus dogs George and Poppy, who has a yeast infection on her skin, unfortunately) for a week: Sunday 19/4/15 to Sunday 26/4/15. Other guests: Northern English couple Sean (ex Polic/anti-terrorist) and Alison (worked with Paula, now with Tax office) and Tim (English bit lives in N Calif. IT. 2 sons, one of whom, Nat, formerly Natalie, is day chef at the Cafe Flore in Seattle. joined late Thurs e g. By Paula's nephew Ed and American girlfriend, Becca, both on hols from teaching English in Thailand.
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... and short). It's a bit more expensive than the other ones but the clothes are very comfortable. I went and secretly bought a dress and a top from there without my parents knowing (they own clothing shops so I really shouldn't be buying from competitors). I got some too from my parents' shops but sometimes they try to give me those for free and I kept telling them that business is business and they need to make profits too.
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... balcony and looked up at the sky which was a blanket of the brightest stars we had ever seen. We were also clearly able to make out the mist of stars that was the Milky Way. When we looked down into the sea surrounding our hut we could see little bright green flashes made by the phytoplankton. All pretty magical :) The next morning we enjoyed our final breakfast and then waved goodbye to the Papua Paradise staff as we sailed away on their speedboat to Sarong so we could catch our flight to ...
... wherever possible would improve relations and efficiency within Southeast Asia. At some point in the presentation I mentioned that ASEAN had been around since 1967, and that it was a good starting point to codify rules and regulations concerning the wellbeing of all signatory nations, it had not produced as much as the founding nations had hoped for it at the inception in 1967. I suggested that well-cultivated, informal networks could produce a great deal amongst Southeast ...
... review it for grammar and content. We made some revisions until I had made into much better Indonesian to convey my point. Pak Heintje and I discussed Indonesian perceptions of the US and the 'strategic pivot' toward Asia - he was well aware of the shift in strategy, and especially of implications for SE Asia. He was very frank with me when he said that no one believes that it's simply a shift toward Asia for friendship's sake. He asked me why I thought we would ...
... auspices of UPT Bahasa for my time in Halmahera, I would have to remain in a student status at Unsrat. Ibu Siska had left the office early yesterday, so I had to wait until this morning to talk with her. The most frustrating part of this boondoggle is that before I came to Indonesia, I had received confirmation that UPT Bahasa would help me to extend my visa - nothing else had been mentioned about any difficulties, even though they knew my schedule.
Ibu Jein backed ...