Hotel Citra Wisata

Address: JL Botolempangan 28, Makassar, Sulawesi, Indonesia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on JL Botolempangan 28, Makassar.
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      Travel Blogs from Makassar

      Makassar - Soup was the highlight!

      A travel blog entry by brodieandalana on Sep 20, 2014

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      ... close to the sidewalk). We talked and talked, ate the soup which was delicious (but not as good as Coto) and he sat there chain smoking instead of eating (he was on a diet).

      After telling him I worked in the mining industry, he then told us he had a friend who had heaps of platinum (which is the most expensive precious metal on earth). I can't recall the exact quantity but I worked out it was about AUD$12m worth of platinum. I was a little sceptical as you can imagine!
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      Cruisin' on by

      A travel blog entry by eherbert on May 11, 2014

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      ... times, and then someone would get whipped! We didn't see any other travelers, so we didn't take pictures or anything, but it was quite interesting....

      If you did not read Tyler's blog entry about his boat from Labunbajo to Bali, allow me to shed some light on passenger ferry-boat travel in Indonesia: pure mayhem! As per most of my experiences with travel in SE Asia, chaos was just as natural as breathing. Our ...

      A hike through Bengo forest

      A travel blog entry by thomle on Mar 15, 2014

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      Recently we visited a friend in Bengo, a small village nestled in the mountain ranges and forests of Southern Sulawesi – a short 2 hour drive from Makassar. A large group of us were travelling up, so some of us (myself and Abbie included) had the eye-opening experience of riding in the infamous Indonesian Pete-Pete. These are blue coated, steel death traps driven by young, male Indonesians who love to blast out obnoxious music, wear hoodies and ...

      From Makassar to Tana Toraja

      A travel blog entry by firefrog11 on Dec 30, 2013

      ... down to the old Dutch colonial fort, fort Rotterdam. As it was a Sunday it was full of large groups of Indonesian tourists who either wanted a group photo, with us squished in the middle of them. Or they wanted to practice their English with us. Needles to say we soon got fed up with being the main attraction even though I was happy to share a bit of Janet's stardom for a while. We then headed back to the hotel where we had arranged for the taxi driver to pick us up and ...

      Sulawesi: Weird and Wonderful

      A travel blog entry by wanderlust_asia on Oct 28, 2013

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      ... realm, so corpses are buried with belongings, and often in special graves in cliff faces or caves to discourage looting. Traditionally there are wooden effigies called Tau Tau on balconies to remind you who's inside. Most people are buried after death and then dug up when the proper amount of preparation and arrangements have been made, and then the second time is a big event. They also believe the souls of animals can accompany the dead to afterlife, so ...