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

Some Much Needed Rest, then Falls, Food and Fort

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Feb 26, 2015

5 photos

... environment for butterflies and the area is home to more than 200 species. There is other wildlife (birds, monkeys, bats, etc.) but most people come for the waterfall and the butterflies. When we arrived at the park we were taken first to the butterfly museum which had mounted samples of all the species found in the park (some of them were huge and some amazing colors), then to an enclosure with live butterflies -- but all you really needed to do was look around you. There ...

Indonesia: Part II

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

2 comments, 30 photos

... someone called us and proposed us to stay in one of his rooms. Alternatively, we could stay in his friends dive resort. Since we planned to dive, we decided for the second option. It was a very nice place right on the beach. The big advantage of having a travelbuddy is that you can share the room. Especially in Indonesia this is great because there is no dorms so I don't have to get a two-person room by myself. So we always had very good rooms for a very good price. ...

Island fun

A travel blog entry by thomle on May 22, 2014

10 photos

... 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 ...

Not much to report from Makassar

A travel blog entry by gter1 on Mar 09, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... conferences where Gretch and I learned essential time management skills and to get those naps whenever we could. We thoroughly enjoyed our last Sunday on the ship, electing to forgo our scheduled tour to Makassar. The fact that the "tourist travel advisory" announcement the day before had changed our excursion made our decision to have a quite day that more a No Brainer. We weren't disappointed having "brunch" ...

We Ain't in Kansas No Mo

A travel blog entry by car_sky on Jan 08, 2013

1 photo

... but we're still trying to figure it out. Rice (locally called nasi) is the norm in most of Indonesia and most meals are centered around it.

Makassar is very Muslim and the prayer song is amplified everywhere five times a day. It's usually very pretty and certainly a reminder that we're far from home, but at 5AM we both prefer to be asleep. :)

After being woken at 5AM by the megaphones, we heard loud and persistent knock on our door at ...