Losari Beach Inn

Address: Jl. Penghibur No. 3, Makassar, Sulawesi, 90111, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jl. Penghibur No. 3, Makassar.
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Travel Blogs from Makassar

Indonesia: Part II

A travel blog entry by anne-ruth on Aug 21, 2014

2 comments, 30 photos

... It's just the way they treated the pigs while alive that left me with some bad feelings. The next day we rented scooters to explore Toraja and see the graves that are particular for the region. The coffins are laid in caves or carved stone graves, or hung on a cliff. This type of graves is still used these days in some cases, although the rocks are almost all occupied and running out of space. Very impressive were the baby graves. The babies are buried in a tree ...

Smelly cats, smeeellyy cats!!!!

A travel blog entry by s.lukaszewicz on Jul 05, 2014

7 photos

... how it looks when you try to get yourself on a ship in Makassar. I had nothing like that back in Nunukan. My eyes were all around the place, trying to record what's happening. Observing people rushing me and me rushing along with them.

Finally I get to the stairs of the very ship which looks exactly like the one I was on previously. Massive and dirty. The stam p on my hand is being checked and I've been let in. Still quiet.

We try with Morgan to break through all ...

Island fun

A travel blog entry by thomle on May 22, 2014

10 photos

... The locals living on the island will charge you for anything you do, whether it is using the toilet or sitting on one of the benches. At the weekend, locals flock to the island to pretend to snorkel in two feet of water, whilst wearing life vests, which makes for a comical picture but one not worth visiting for. In sum, this island is avoided by most ex-pats at the weekend.
Consequently, we tend to venture ...

My first day in Sulawesi

A travel blog entry by kyley on Mar 26, 2014

20 photos

I flew in to Makassar last night, and had a great cab ride into the city.
After being in the safe touristy great smelling bubble of Bali, it felt exciting to be in a big city again- crazy traffic, small streets full of food hawkers, passing bars (weirdly all the beer signs here are Guiness!) with prostitutes out front... it was a nice change.

There's only one backpackers in Makassar, and the word "fleas" comes up in most of the reviews, so I'm in an inexpensive ...

Indonesia, 01/10 – 23/11:

A travel blog entry by ronan-wendie on Oct 03, 2012

50 photos

... owner of poya lisa island resort, Ismael, bought the island back in 1987 for about 3euro!!! It’s basically 2 big rocks joined by about 100 meters of sand. The coastline of the island can’t be more than about 1km, sitting in luke warm, turquoise, tropical, teeming waters of tomini bay. 10 wooden huts, a tiny beach, a restaurant & a jetty all surrounded by tropical reefs full of a vast array of creatures. TROPICAL PARADISE.

The ...