Hotel Pison

Rantepao, Sulawesi, Indonesia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rantepao

Easter in Toraja

A travel blog entry by thomle


... Torajan motifs in the crafts shop, and after some bartering managed to procure one for our wall at home in Makassar.

The rest of the day was spent in much the same way, riding around the beautiful, mountainous countryside layered with paddy fields and visiting these unique villages and graves. Some of my favourite parts of the day were the riding; it was so refreshing to be out in the open air under the beaming sun, which was cooler as we were up in ...

New Years Eve

A travel blog entry by firefrog11


... impressively carved and then painted. There where a group of locals with large wads of cash in their hands betting on 2 cockerels fighting. The loser of the fight was then plucked and cooked. More locals where arriving cradling their cockerels with loving affection. A stark contrast to the chickens that are carried upside down by the feet destined for the chopping block. Large sums of money exchange hands over these fighting birds. We didn't stay long to watch the fights as we found ...

Left hungry in Tana Toraja

A travel blog entry by firefrog11


... another place that was fairly full, looked rather trendy and there where also few other westerners in there. After perusing the menu we decided to go for a punt on the pizzas as we where getting a little tired of Nasi Goreng (fried rice) and felt like some western fair. We ordered a seafood pizza And a Neapolitan, also for good measure as we where feeling rather hungry we ordered a side of French fries. After half an hour 1 pizza arrived. Which consisted of a base that looked ...

It rains here - a lot!

A travel blog entry by richierich33


... 8217;te Kesu which i did like. It has several traditional tongkonan houses & rice barns as well as a few cave graves in the cliff behind. Next up was Londa which has a large burial cave stacked with coffins of the deceased and guarded over by a balcony of tau tau. I explored the cave alone without a guide and after a lot of clambering about came across a colony of bats – good job they weren’t vampire ...

Hiking in heaven

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad


... the morsels in open black plastic bags (flies and all). All parts of the animal get used - a group of small boys were given the buffalo's trotters on a string to play with up and down the street - they were having great fun. Lunch amongst the clouds was stunning and offered a brief rest bite from the rain. Pery the rascal prepared a great lunch which Mandy and I couldn't take part - Joep and K stuffed their faces. More to follow on this brilliant day ...

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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good