Losari Beach Inn
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* Breakfast: Hotel Buffet * Walk to Somba Opu Road to shop for souvenirs such as silk and coffee * Went to the Fort Rotterdam for a short while * Walking the entire Losari Beach and take photo at the monuments and artwork at the beach side at MIDDAY * Lunch: Hotel Restaurant = Chicken Spring Grill * Went to the Floating Mosque at the Losari Beach * Dinner: Istana Seafood ...
I don't know...I feel like recent blogs I was writing soo much that this time I decided you deserve a quickly. IT'S ALL GOOD with me...no negative entry this time!!! After we left Wodong we passed by and climbed the first Volcano in my life back in Moni... after which, we finally reached Labuan Bajo. The way took us two days of a hitchhike but its been amazing. No bigger issues. We finally enjoy ourselves and slowly coming back to normal...slowly, since I ...
... and find ourselves a good spot to sleep. It was 11 pm. I was tired. Everything is taken. No place to sit down not to mention lie down. We managed to sit in the narrow alley on the upper deck squeezed into the wall. Cockroaches crawling around us. People passing us by are stepping on them and you still can hear the crunchy sound of the squeeze.
We could see the life boats above us. Looking from the distance we would have more space there and would be slightly separated ...
... uncomfortable boat ride, particularly if you're at the front of the boat with no shade from the overbearing sun. As the dust covered city fades into the distance behind you, the tropical island rises from the water ahead, beckoning you to bask in its crystal clear waters. On the way, about 20 minutes out from Makassar, you pass the island of Semalona; a once paradisiacal island that is now overcrowded and ...
... Makassar Mall which is a huge sprawling market with claustrophobic alleyways packed with wares. The people in the market were astounded by Ed for some reason, staring, laughing and pointing as he walked past. It was as if they had never seen a 6 foot 4 white man with a huge bushy beard, enormous curly hair and massive glasses before.
The next day we got up and caught a pete-pete, (small blue mini busses that you can flag down) to Terminal Daya where ...