Novotel Manado Golf Resort & Convention Centre
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- Swimming pool
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... ducked below the light chop to assess the situation. I knew from being at the helm briefly that the reef system was pretty extensive and we were on the northern edge of it. With a following breeze we were being pushed further into it and it was going to be very difficult to get backed off. Our only saving grace was that we were still on a bit of a rising tide (for about another hour) and the winds were only around 10 knots. There was hope if we did everything right.
... some local kids but it was great fun none the less. We boarded our boat then headed up stream to find a place for the boat to stop for us to sleep for the night. We had dinner which was made up of the usual combination of fish and rice, which although was very tasty and well cooked we were starting to tire of this classic Indonesian style and thought of how much we would like pizza or a spaghetti carbonara, anyhow we tucked in and enjoyed the peaceful surroundings, ...
... it much time to heal so this was the perfect opportunity. The next couple of days were comprised of sleeping, eating, reading, sunbathing and a very good massage all of which were very handleable. We also met a lovely couple from Amsterdam who we ate lunch and dinner with each day. After our 3rd night we arranged our transport for 7am to go back to Manado airport to catch our next flight to Jakarta where we would stay 1 night before flying on to the south of Borneo the next ...
... old Giant Clams. Diving near these things was like being in the film 20 Thousand Leagues Under The Sea! Likuan I and III our second and third dives were coral wall dives. Turtles and a myriad of fish and smaller marine life species (Orangutan crabs, Nudibranches and seahorses to name but a few) left both of us not knowing where to turn our heads next. The strong currents around this part made it an exciting dive too. Sachiko's the coup de gras ...
... ASEAN and other treaties at work in Southeast Asia. I handed out a few of my business cards to the faculty who were still gathered, including Pak Dave, and followed Pak Ferry and Pak Denny out of the auditorium. Pak Denny suggested that he take Hosanna and the kids and I out to a place close by to the school for lunch - he had wanted to introduce me to another friend of his, but couldn't reach him on his handphone.
Lunch was quite good, thankfully. I was still licking ...