Hotel Horison Makassar
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... and laugh afterwards and you only wonder why. The crowd is pushing you forward. Everyone wants to be on a board as soon as possible. Its dark and laud around. Suddenly someone is catching your hand asking for your ticket. You don't say a word you just showing it. They let you go. You have no clue who that person was, but you assume he's working here. 3 min. later someone again is grabbing your hand, this time a stamp is being put on your hand like it is when you enter the club. ...
... I just have my PJ bottoms pulled up - just thought I'd clear that up!)
(P.P.S. Since writing this post, we have had to bail out the back porch for a third time, between 5.00am - 6.00am, which was not as funny. Bleary eyed we carried the buckets of water through our house to the front porch, where light was already beginning to appear on the horizon. The novelty has definitely warn off!)
... roaring journey, arriving at the University of Forestry Education, which was to be our bed for the night. A few of us bunked into a one-roomed bungalow on the campus so as to save on the rupiah.
Once we had unloaded our things, we adorned our hiking gear (trainers and swimming shorts!) and set off on a trail through the forest, very much aware that there was going to be a natural pool at the end which we could swim in. The hike took us through ...
... lucky they join up, but you have to be careful of the open sewers, potholes, sudden steps, mopeds and other obstacles. But we negotiate all this safely and, like at the mall we are greeted everywhere with smiles and blatant curiosity. Using the universal sign language for can I take your photo, I took the one of the lady peeling mango at the side of the road. She was over the moon with the result, and several people came over to take a look. Further along the street we came ...
... to Wanci, one of the Tukangbesi Islands and now part of the Wakatobi Marine National Park which according to Jacques Cousteau offered "possibly the finest diving in the world" when he dived here in the 1980s. My plans thus changed and i decided it was an opportunity not to miss. Sussed out that from the Tukangbesi Islands you can return to Bau Bau, get a boat up to Kendari and then head from there either north west cross country to Tana Toraja or if Pelni sailings coincided, ...
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