Manikar Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... on this small island and getting to know some of the locals. We found the people to be very friendly. We decided to take buses and vans around the island. On the way back from the northern tip it was getting late and and we could not find any public transportation so a very friendly Malay guy saw us stranded and went out of his way to bring us back into the main town. Along the way he show us around the local sites. It was ...
... Ferreiras. What's good for the Sultan is not necessarily good for the people he rules. This year he implemented the beginning stages of a return to sharia law, the start of their policy to bring women back to the Middle Ages. Back to fundamentalism. And yet our tour guide today indicated that he and his wife have no issue with the impending change in law. She already wears a head scarf and he does not think the changes will be significant. As one example to ...
... it back in time to return the car at 5pm. First stop was The Chimney - no one knows why this was even built but it is high on a hill and has been fully restored. Onto the "United Nations " beach line - this was named a conservation area in 2009, the beach line was cleaned up and now is in pristine condition. They are beautiful beaches. The tide was out so a swim will be had later in the day. We circle back to try to find the Bird ...
... bus the next morning, he recommended a place called "K.H. Soon" that was back towards the downtown bus station and would charge about 30 dollars a night he said. Thirty isn't so bad when you consider that a lot of the other places are hundreds of dollars a night so I was like, ok, sounds good to me. He pointed out sort of where it was by explaining which buildings were where and how I might get there and with some rough idea of directions and the name he had ...
... At that point, this guy came up to me who had been sitting at the café next door. He had seen my backpack and figured out I was a backpacker who might be in need of assistance (there's a big backpack and you're on your cell phone scrolling a lot...signs of distress!). He said he was a backpacker too back in the day and wondered if he could help me out. His English was ok, but not super great. I asked if he knew of any cheap hotels nearby and he ...