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... busy town and for us the delight was in the people. We were headed toward the old Dutch fort, but looking skyward we notice that the sky is starting to darken with the clouds thickening at an alarming rate, so we decide to make our way back toward the ship. And not a moment to soon, we were on the top deck taking a look around when it started to rain, I managed to take a quick shot of this island before it disappeared from sight. While we were looking around we noticed ...
... one which i thought highly unlikely, and decided i would go to the port just in case and if there was one departing at 7pm then i would catch that instead. After returning to the guesthouse, showering and packing quick smart got to the port about 6:30pm. There was indeed a ferry supposed to be leaving at 7pm so i bought a ticket for 140,000INR but annoyingly it didn’t depart until 8pm which meant i needn’t have rushed around beforehand (and could have got some dinner as ...
... poor area with a few historic old buildings but much of it is a slum area), Losari beach (from a distance), Fort Rotterdam (a few students are taking me there tomorrow after school) and the governor's office and house. There are lots of areas to visit in Makassar, some really nice, some very poor slum areas. That is one thing that saddens me about Indonesia. The serious inequality between its people and the areas they ...
... family back garden. It fronted a super calm bay and the food we were
served, some of the best we had eaten.
whilst waiting for our fish supper we saw, heading towards us over
the bay, a weather phenomena. I think I have heard it called a water
spout, a tornado out at sea that gathers up water as it blows along.
Although it veered off its collision course with Lena House it was
mightily impressive as ...
... Uwais Al-Qarni, Mindy Indah K, Evi and Maya.
Uwais tells us that we'll go to Bau-Bau by Tilongkabila at 21.00pm. In heavy rain, 19 of us off to the Soekarno-Hatta Makassar Sea Port which about 1,6 km / three mins from Kampoeng Popsa.
Once assembled in front of the first gate, we're waiting for Uwais to pay entrance fee. We are very upset because of what is listed in ...