Minahasa Hotel Manado

Address: Jl. Sam Ratulangi No.199, Manado, Sulawesi, Indonesia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Jl. Sam Ratulangi No.199, Manado.
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      Travel Blogs from Manado

      South Borneo - Orangutans

      A travel blog entry by jonnyandlucy on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... that it was a smallish male called Mario who was about 9 years old. The guide then brought out some peanuts and showed Mario. Mario quickly recognised them and started to climb towards the path, the guide gave us a pocket full of peanuts and instructed us on how to give them to Mario. As he came closer I held out a peanut and he quickly took it and looked towards my pocket that was full of nuts, there was no fooling him and he had obviously played this game before. Mario ...

      Rain,rain and yet more rain.

      A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Nov 22, 2013

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      The bus arrived in Manado at 4pm in the pouring rain. In fact it rained for the whole second half of the 12hr journey which was highly depressing (just like being back home in England). Took a mikrolet minibus from the bus station to the centre of town for 10,000INR and went searching for a cheap place to stay. Unfortunately however it transpired ...

      Kantor Imigrasi, Presentation, and too much Food!

      A travel blog entry by jpon on Jul 09, 2013

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      ... explained that there were at least five sites acruss Sulut where the large stone crypts are known to have been. The oldest, dating back to the first century AD are from Likupang, the coastal city I had embarked from a few weeks back for Lihaga Island. Warugas took at least six months to build, and the only place outside of Sulut where one finds them is part of eastern Sumatra. He said the warugas there, however, are much larger than the warugas in Sulut because they fit ...

      Libur on Bunaken

      A travel blog entry by jpon on Jul 07, 2013

      30 photos

      ... feel about Thai, and I am usually much happier after I speak it. Although I had not intended to drink any of the dua-satuh drink from the terrible-tasting palm wine, I had some Saturday night with the Spanish guys. Hosanna and I both tried it - the trouble is that it's horrible tasting, but after one, it seems not too bad. I always stop with that stuff before too long though because it's just so nasty.

      On Sunday I woke early to go for a long run with Guillermo to ...

      Frustrating Saturday, but a Beautiful Place

      A travel blog entry by jpon on Jun 23, 2013

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      ... atop them – he holds PhDs in History and Sociology from the Gaja Mada University (Yogjakarta) and Unsrat, so he provided an outstanding narrative in Indonesian of the historic significance of the site. I had not thought about the translation I would be doing between locals and my family, but my skills were put to the test as I translated what Pak Heintje explained, and fielded questions from Hosanna and the kids. I found that Heintje ...