Hotel Horison Makassar
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... He gave us a few interesting facts. They eat everything: dogs, cats, rats, bats, as well as cows and pigs. They keep their dead in a casket in their homes, sometimes for up to 5 years, until they can afford to buy the water buffalo that is needed for the funeral ceremony. And they do not bury people in the ground because they believe that the earth is living and you should not put dead things in it. Matthews encouraged us to come back and learn more about them and ...
... believe that the tree will serve as a mother and feed the baby with its juices and sway in the wind. Sad to see that the lower part of the tree was full with the graves. The trip on the scooter was very nice, the environment is beautiful and we passed by many small villages. Unfortunately, we damaged the scooters when we bumped into each other because we both looked in another direction (a waterbuffalo was depositing huge, heheh). So it was kind of worth it. Sulawesi is ...
... We became ghosts. It is refreshing in fact, it was even fun. Definitely less stressful and tiring, without any pressure. It was just different experience of hitchhiking and I guess that is what I liked about it.
It surely made me laugh once we've reached Pare- Pare and the driver left his car without even waiting for us to jump of it. He just carried on with his walk and not cared but at the end of the day, didn't he care?
The fact is ...
Off the coast of Makassar there are many small islands that are paradise for sunbathers, snorkelers and those who just want to get away from the traffic, humidity and general humdrum of the city. One of these islands goes by the name of Keke and we took the opportunity to visit it twice in May due to the numerous public holidays this time of the year.
Keke is a short 30 minute boat ride from Makassar, albeit ...
The most amazing thing just happened to us... We booked a flight from Labuanbajo, Flores (the end of our Komodo tour) to Yogyakarta, Java with a layover in Bali. Last night we revived emails telling us the flight from Bali to Yogyakarta was cancelled. We didn't want to spend another day in Labuanbajo, so we boarded our flight to Bali this morning thinking one more night in Bali wouldn't be the end of the world. We landed in Denpasar around 10:00, waited for our ...