Manise Hotel

Jl. W.R Supratman No.1, Ambon, 97124, Indonesia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ambon


A travel blog entry by sgaudun


... Commonwealth cemetery on this island which had been a major Japanese base. It was a solemnly beautiful site where 694 Australian servicemen are interred. It was very sobering to see their youthful ages on the markers and a few words placed by relatives. Tomorrow morning I fly off to the major island of Sulawesi and land in the city of Manado. Today I have a major smile on my face because my sweetheart Patricia should be safely at home!!


A travel blog entry by sgaudun


... leaving the airport I have not seen any other foreign travellers. It seems this "white tiger" is one of the major attractions. Lots of young kids want to test their school-learned English on me, Hello mister". My present accommodation is only about $20. USD a night. A full meal can range from $3;00 to $5:00. A big 620 ml beer can be bought from the supermarket for $2;50. I can get use to this.

Stop-over in Ambon

A travel blog entry by michu


Our next destination was the capital of the Molukus islands, Ambon. Unfortunately, the flights to the famous Banda islands were fully booked and we enjoyed a day diving with Maya in the north of Pulau Ambon. We liked very much the ride through the villages and Ambon's trendy cafés and we made a promise to come here ...

The Joys of Muck Diving

A travel blog entry by sacha.sukhia


... time to finish up in Indonesia and get ready to head over to the Philippines. We had originally planned to be in the Philippines in early January, but had slowly been drawn deeper and deeper into Indonesia. After three months spent mostly in the same country we decided it was time to push on.

However, before leaving Indonesia we were determined to dive in Ambon and see what the infamous 'muck' diving site was really like. ...

Padang Food

A travel blog entry by sacha.sukhia

... A padang restaurant can be easily spotted based on plates of food displayed in their front window. This is the only food that is served in padang restaurants, meaning, the food you eat is that which is sitting out on an unheated/uncooled plate on display in a window often in the sun. While Sukhia and I had laughed at the signs inside Beijing restaurants that displayed their letter-graded sanitary ratings ...


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