Bastianos Lembeh Diving Resort
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... across the peninsula which some passengers went on tour to see. There was also a tropical jungle trekking tour on offer which we didn't feel up to doing. It was lovely to speak to a group of young people on the pier with a little English who are trainees at the port and who were allowed to be there today. One Muslim girl in particular could speak good English and was very interested to know what the QM2 was like inside. We ...
tangkoko short wallk to see tarsius. didn't know they were so small.
free food - very good. travelling with dutch couple from onong's place.
black sand beach.
ate fish with the family, played with kids.
a lady on the road laughed and pointed at Pete. later we found out it was because of his manly chest hair as the guy from the guesthouse couldn't resit and touched it! ...
... son and daughter, son-in-law and granddaughter joined us for lunch. Mika still practices medicine in Tomohon area, largely with an international organization that sets up HIV/STD testing programs around the country. She says that Tomohon and Manado is experiencing an upswing in HIV and STD cases, largely as a result of an increase in men heading to Papua for seasonal work, and returning with new diseases they picked up along the way. She explained that what makes her ...
... s fish restaurant. No complaints from anyone about the food there – it was delicious. By the time we got to the Spectrum Binateng (a local zoo with all of the indigenous animals to the Bitung area), it was dark, and some children were on hand to shine flashlights in all of the animal displays.
I would like to return to the Spectrum Binateng in the daylight, when we can see the animals unaided by flashlight. There were of course a cage ...
... many come to Manado with high expectations, only to be severely disappointed when they see the reality of their situation. Henri says that all families must siphon through Manado and undergo training and preparation, which can last over a year – many depart during this initial phase. Henri has been intimately involved in the site surveys, and pours over the latest findings of environmental impact concerns from the consultants who develop the ...