Grand Meza Hotel

Address: Jl. Haji Bau No. 7, Makassar, Sulawesi, 90112 , Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jl. Haji Bau No. 7, Makassar.
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Travel Blogs from Makassar

Indonesia: Part II

A travel blog entry by anne-ruth on Aug 21, 2014

2 comments, 30 photos

... the use of a dictionary. In the evening, we took the night bus to Toraja. The bus was the most comfortable I ever took. The chairs were reclining and fully padded (necessary as we were sometimes bouncing in the seat; the road is not that good). They even provided a pillow and blanket. So we had a decent night of sleep. We arrived early in the morning in Rantepao, the capital of the Toraja region. After a bit of a walk we found a nice guesthouse. With a few others we ...

What a day!!!!

A travel blog entry by chloeautridge on Jul 22, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... flight of the day to Makassar which is lucky to just be a short 1.5 hour flight. We were looking forward to our accommodation this end which I had pre booked well in advance as we knew a 10 layover was not going to be fun in a airport like this one. We must have stood at the carousel for a good 20 minutes before being told our bags have gone straight to Sorong and we will not have them for the night. We finally got over the fact we will stink after being in this heat all ...

Rammang Rammang

A travel blog entry by thomle on Jun 28, 2014

11 photos

... guided by one of the locals who showed us to the small caves, over bamboo bridges and around pools of fish. After an hour or so of taking in this breathtaking scenery, we got back on the boat and headed downstream to a small jetty. We disembarked here and walked inland towards a freshwater spring known as the Angel Pee Pond. It was a 15 minute walk through jungle and small caves, located deep between the karsts, shaded from the sun by the overhanging cliff faces. It ...

Last of the rainy season

A travel blog entry by thomle on Apr 07, 2014

4 photos

... it would pass soon, seeing as in general the weather had slowly been getting warmer, the humidity higher and the rain less frequent. But oh no, the deluge was so ferocious on that first day that we were up after midnight bailing water and trying to block it from entering the house. I can happily report that we managed to do this, with even a smile on our faces and music playing in ...

The Beautiful People

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Jan 15, 2014

3 comments, 17 photos

... way here, we can tell this as the market stalls outside the port are selling those last minute things you need before going on a long journey, food, fruit etc, and not the usual tourist trinkets. We cross the busy main road with a little help from a police man and nerves of steel and find ourselves in a local market mall type thing. Here there are hundreds of small stalls selling clothes, shoes, curtains, jewellery etc, and for a change no signs saying in big letters WE DO BIG ...