The Village Bunaken
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... us is still unusual for them, as most tourists do day trips to Bunaken and don't stay on the island. One day we went for a walk just before a massive downpour of rain, Bruce predicted it would last...a few minutes....the rain lasted for about 2 hours and turned our simple path into deep water and mud. Ah such is the tropics for you...luckily it's not cold! Hopefully more photos to come...as we get better at using the camera Just extended our ...
... amongst the coral. We rented a camera to take some underwater photos but the camera was not of the greatest quality and the photos really don't do Bunaken justice. Our enjoyable stay is all down to the helpful and friendly staff at Happy Geko Dive Resort. Each day they prepared our diving equipment - a rarity as most will resorts will ask you do this yourself - and cooked for us Indonesian dishes using fish caught fresh that ...
... ferry leaving our bulkier bags back at the Hotel Regina. We thought that there would be just one public ferry. Instead, in Manado 'public ferry' means multiple 'private' operators available to take you (an hours trip) out to Bunaken. We didn't have to haggle and got the standard public ferry price, but some tourists paid more unscrupulous operators 5 to 6 times more. As always the rule applies - get 'them' out there and make them pay loads more to ...
Got the boat back to Menado at 8o/c which was really hot and we had to sit outside. then got a bus with some young boy and his 3 school friends who were on a school trip from Bali. Was really strange the way he just pulled on the back of a bike & wanted to go to the airport as well. Danny had just asked in this hotel to call us a taxi but they didn't understand any English then we ...
... I would have paid just about any amount of money to get to a bed and a loo so it's a good thing I wasn't doing the bargaining. At about 10.30pm, 6 hours after the bus first stopped and 14 hours since we'd left Rantepao, a car appeared. We squashed 5 backpackers, the driver, the drivers friend, the drivers friends stereo sound system (?) and 5 huge backpacks into the car for a very uncomfortable, mud caked couple of hours and at 1am we arrived and woke up the manager of a very ...