Hotel Aryaduta Manado
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Getting back to Manado after Bunaken was a massive relief, we had found a cheap hotel on Agoda and unbelievably it was one of the most luxurious hotels in Manado. We arrived too early for our room so spent the morning relaxing around the roof top pool, yes, this is the life.
Manado is a pretty small town but it has all the luxuries you …
... as soon as they have the money they usually run out to the next house. Winda told me that she loved this custom because she could save the money and buy additional clothes. The really neat thing about this tradition is that it's not only Christians who participate...i would imagine that 25 - 50% of those who came were actually Muslim, this is a really cool thing which i would have never imagined.
For some ...
... with HUGE prawns we arranged a trip for the following day. The morning arrived and we got up early to have breakfast and get down to the jetty. We got on the speed boat with the crew, Justin and two American guests, Harry and Jonny who were big characters. Harry was 80 and Jonny was late 60s and they were both divers! Pretty impressive to be going 20-30metres deep at 80yrs old!! They had a great sense of humour too, constantly finding ways to make a joke especially with the crew ...
... Hosanna and the kids were supposed to start class. Hosanna and I both were a bit annoyed by this, as we have been paying for full sessions but not always getting them. This one was partly our doing though. I jumped on the back of Pak Ferry's scooter and we headed straight out to the Kantor Imigrasi to fetch my long-due visa and passport. At the office there was some confusion about who I was and where my packet was. The Kantor Imigrasi is EXACTLY like a US DMV, although very ...
... there would be a taxi pool somewhere close to the bustling dock at Manado Bay, since it also shared the harbor with a busy market area on the East end of the city. I was wrong. I flagged down a microlet without any passengers in it, and bargained with the driver to take us on a milk-run around the city for US $6 as we dropped off snorkeling stuff, dirty laundry, and our bags, and had some lunch at Mentos.
Since I needed a change of pace from fish ...