Pulisan Jungle Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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6-9/2 Pulisan Jungle Beach Resort
An der Molukken-Strasse und am Ende der Welt, auch was die Kommunikation betrifft. Daher das Informationsloch!
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... s 17,000+ islands, made remarkable by the lives of its indigenous tribal people, the Tana Toraja. The Tana Toraja are Christians, but also hold some more eastern beliefs in regard to the afterlife. Their lives as a whole are focused on death; they work to make enough money to pay for elaborate funeral ceremonies for their family members, sometimes keeping the dead bodies in their homes for months (with the help of formaldehyde injections to keep the body from ...
... I spent the next two days catching up on emails and blogs and walked aimlessly around the town. Makassar is 100% Muslim and such lovely friendly people. I had hit the Muslim main celebration of the year marking the end of Ramadan, the place was buzzing. Alex had given me the contact details of a good guide he had used so I phoned him at 9am and within five minutes he was in the lobby. We chatted and got to know each other over coffee and arranged for him to take ...
... I would have paid just about any amount of money to get to a bed and a loo so it's a good thing I wasn't doing the bargaining. At about 10.30pm, 6 hours after the bus first stopped and 14 hours since we'd left Rantepao, a car appeared. We squashed 5 backpackers, the driver, the drivers friend, the drivers friends stereo sound system (?) and 5 huge backpacks into the car for a very uncomfortable, mud caked couple of hours and at 1am we arrived and woke up the manager of a very ...
Tentena day one we decided last night that today would be a lazy day, sleep off the long bus journey, get the lowdown on the town and make plans for the following day. Nobody informed the mosque which it turns out is 100 yards away from our room. 4:15am we are awoken by the call to prayer over his p.a. system, we a rudely awoken and after a serious discussion decide we probably would go to jail if we kill the Imam at the mosque, not happy. So after an earlier start ...