Marannu Makassar

Sultan Hasanuddin No. 3-5, Makassar, Sulawesi, Indonesia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Makassar

The Beautiful People

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin

3
17

... lucky they join up, but you have to be careful of the open sewers, potholes, sudden steps, mopeds and other obstacles. But we negotiate all this safely and, like at the mall we are greeted everywhere with smiles and blatant curiosity. Using the universal sign language for can I take your photo, I took the one of the lady peeling mango at the side of the road. She was over the moon with the result, and several people came over to take a look. Further along the street we came ...

Sulawesi here i come.

A travel blog entry by richierich33

7

... the coast north to Luwuk near to the Togeans. After going to the immigration office we went to Pelabuhan Paotere where the Bugis sailing ships berth and load/unload their cargo and then spent the afternoon wandering about town before going to the posh Hotel Pantai Gapura on the ocean front to watch the sunset. We didn’t however buy a beer as they wanted 80,000INR just for one bottle of Bintang! Had dinner at the Lae Lae sea food restaurant (the recommended pick in LP) ...

Day 15 - Makassar

A travel blog entry by misscasey

1

... and a beautiful rainbow layered birthday cake! I was so happy that I cried! I then caught up with another teacher I met on the study tour and she took me out to lunch and dinner. It has helped me feel a bit better about being in Makassar and she helped me realise it's all ok. The countdown is on and I only have 6 more ...

Floris

A travel blog entry by carol.johnson

1
6

... we heard
lots of horror stories of shipwrecks and air crashes to make me, at
least, slightly uneasy.
On arrival at the
airport, as usual I checked the aircraft we would be flying on. To my
dismay it was a propeller driven plane e.g. no jet engines, and I was
even more perturbed when the Merpati Airlines employee told me it was
“made in China” Poundland sprang to mind. However we touched down
...

Meeting Point @ Kampoeng Popsa Cafe

A travel blog entry by rachmatusadiah

5

... a trip to Wakatobi as well. We went home and waited a news from Uwais. Uwais is a tour leader of Celebes Backpacker. We are requested to present in Kampoeng Popsa at 11.00am but Uwais picked us up at 14.30pm.

It's heavy rain, finally we arrived at Kampoeng Popsa and meet up with friends to talk about this afternoon plans. Unfortunately, reality is not match with what says in itinerary. ...

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This hotel is located on Sultan Hasanuddin No. 3-5, Makassar.
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