Villa Karang Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... gave the French, and Spider pig versions. He would disappear up a vertical shortcut and be waiting, cigarette in mouth, feet up, further on. Two ingenious porters had set up a bar tent, at 100,000 Rupiah, Bintang was UK prices. I negotiated the summit tax down to 80,000 and enjoyed a well earnt bottle, my first for a while. We met Han, the other half of our guide duo and decided he was Genghis Han, Rinhani, Yamahan, Han Solo and other oxygen starved name pun silliness. A new ...
... of us meeting up at what we had now called our place for afternoons relaxing in the sun, swimming in the sea and then walking around the island to find a pair of cozy bean bag chairs on the other side to watch the sun go down over a few cold ones. The only time we were apart was when I was on the dive boat or when we were both snoring away after our ************ the beach. It was so fun to have someone to giggle at the other beach goers and make up funny stories ...
... On The Way Hostel, which was dorms only but very clean, cheap and centrally located. It was actually right next door to a restaurant called The Square, a well known establishment of fine dining and western luxuries that are hard to come by on Sulawesi, such as good cheese and good red wine. It had been recommended to us by friends, so we decided to splash out on the first night and have dinner there. Crisp and fruity Australian red wine was a welcome ...
... to ourselves where we listened to chill out music and drank some local beer (much to my disgust) whilst watching the sun go down! The sunset was beautiful but is very hard to capture through a camera lens. After this the restaurant started a bonfire and we ordered some dinner. This consisted of different chicken and prawn tapas. We peddled back to our hotel to park up the bike. We then went to a Shisha bar where we enjoyed a ...
... processional. The entire neighborhood gathered on one side of this two lane road to celebrate. The first few rows of women were dressed in beautiful gowns with Broadway-style makeup. The Bride came into view. Appearing as if she was doing everything she could not to burst into tears, the only thing she could be thinking was horror and the need to be rescued from her destiny. I wondered what her future life would look like. Based on her expression, I wasn’t so sure it ...