The Village Bunaken
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- Babysitting service
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The first attraction i made my way to was Saluopa Waterfall. This was the first waterfall i'd visited while in Indonesia. Despite the fact it's the dry season here now, the multi tiered falls still had plenty of water and looked amazing. Entry was 20,000 Rupia (£1). From here i backtracked a little to make my way to Siuri Beach. This beach lies on the eastern shoreline of Lake Poso and is known for its scenic beauty. The road leading here was under contruction and ...
... hotel claimed to be a PADI 5 star resort and had a reception full of prizes for beach clean-up campaigns, sadly it was clear that these beaches were no longer being cleaned and whilst sunning ourselves on the little patch of beach we even watched the owners teenage daughter finish a bottle of fizzy drink and just throw the bottle into the sea.
Seemingly we were visiting Bunaken in a low part of the season as we were pretty much alone in the resort the majority of the ...
... is at the accommodation drinkable water is provided at your accommodation! They bring in the 15 litre bottles and use the dispensers. So nice not having to buy 4 bottles of water a day with the resulting plastic pollution! Great work islanders! Water is scarce and Ferdinand here has taught the locals they can collect fresh water from their roofs during rain. Means fresh water can be used for washing and showers now rather than the brackish water from the wells!
... fish). We can easily go out 200meters from our front door for amazing snorkelling. The turtles here are plentiful too, we see many on each dive and often snorkelling too. It's a beautiful island in general, lush tropical jungle everywhere, lots of hills, lovely winding paths and well kept villages with the local people taking pride in keeping their houses tidy and clean...for Indonesian standards. People are very friendly and I ...
... at the back so we really felt all the lumps and bumps. A big family was on the back seat and all the children vomited and cried although luckily, I didn't (vomit, I did have a little cry at one point). We were making pretty good progress though and I was really looking forward to a bed and a toilet in Tentena when we got to a very muddy stretch of road and stopped. No one said anything and at first we thought we were just stopping for a break but when Ed got out to investigate he found ...