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Jl Savu No. 16, Makassar, Sulawesi, Indonesia | Hotel
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My first day in Sulawesi

A travel blog entry by kyley


... for 10-15 photos.
Some tourists mind getting their photo taken, I find it quite charming.
They always giggle and are super polite.

I asked the guy I was hanging with about vegetarian options, and he took me down the street to a hawker selling Gado Gado.
Gado Gado is rice, tempeh, tofu, hard boiled egg, swamp spinach, cabbage and bean sprouts, served doused in a peanut sauce with chili sauce and tamarind liquid.
I must admit, it wasn't my ...

Sulawesi: Weird and Wonderful

A travel blog entry by wanderlust_asia


Find Sulawesi on a map and it looks plain crazy. As a destination to visit it's as weird and wonderful as any place we've visited. Sitting around the fabled Wallace Line, which divides Asian species of flora and fauna from Australian ones to the East, Sulawesi has such unusual inhabitants it prompted Alfred Wallace to suggest it had been part of both continents, something geologists have confirmed. Since then It has also been geographically isolated for a long ...

Bread & water? What happened to the nuts?

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad


... tailed parrotquet All-in-all we notched up 10 and a half hours on the river and had a great time. We were sorry to leave such a peaceful and beautiful place. Got up uber earlier again (nothing changes in Borneo) to catch our flight to Indonesia. Maswings by Twin Otter turboprop to Balikpapan in Kalimantan, and then Swirijaya airlines to Makassar in Sulawesi. Bread & water. We're not special ...

Day 17 - Makassar.

A travel blog entry by misscasey

... then driven back to my hotel by a Year 12 student (its all rather different here in Indonesia. The kids can drive at 16 and most own a car so they drive to school. The teachers mainly have motorbikes or scooters. I'm glad that I've not been offered a lift on the back of a motorbike - I'd be definitely refusing that!! Classroom set ups and instruction are very different to the way we do it at home. Here there can be up to 50 students in one class!! All ...


A travel blog entry by utamifajari


... taste too, so there are many restaurants serve fish, i think they love fish more than beef meat, and of course lemon lime :D still amazed by the lime which i found it everywhere.

Another place i visit in makassar was fort Rotterdam, the name is similar with the city in Netherland, Rotterdam fort was built in 1545 by King of Goa and was taken by the Dutch and used as prison. Unfortunately i came there on evening and the Fort was closed so i couldn't enter the museum in ...


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