Hotel Citra Wisata
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... swimming and tubing in the river. On the way out of the park, I wanted to buy one of the souvenir butterfly key chains. I ended up with 10 for 100,000 Indonesian rupiah (about $8).
It was an hour back to Makassar and by then it was time for our lunch stop. Matthews told us that it was at the best hotel in Makassar. The hotel was located right on the water overlooking the "floating mosque". It was certainly a lovely hotel in a beautiful location. We had an ...
... the biggest islands of Indonesia and the roads are not very well. Also to save time, we took the nightbus back to Makassar, to fly to Manado in the far north. We had to spend some nightly hours in Makassar airport so I could teach Ronan the beauty of a night on the floor of the departure hall. As Ronan doesn't have any fat on his hips, he slept on a package of tissues (haha, sorry R, had to share that ). Once in Manado, we directly found our way to the ...
... didn't even expected anything in return..and that is how hitchhiking deals usually works..but what was different here, they didn't even expected a simple thank you from us. Nothing...I mean NADA!!!! Up till today I didn't think it is even possible in this world!!! And how amazing that is, hey???
As all that wasn't enough of being on the move for us after 2 days of hiking to Makasa, tonight we chose a different kind of a ride...back on a boat baby!!!!
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 ...
... took a bus to the Lion Air transfer desk. At this point it's around 10:25. We explained our situation and suddenly, one Lion Air employee jumped into action. Actually, to us it looked like he disappeared and we stood around waiting and wondering what was going on. But, behind the scenes the wheels were turning and they were moving quite quickly. Around 10:45 our airline champion came running from the opposite direction in which he had gone. He jumped over ...