Quint Hotel

Address: Jalan Wakeke 12-14, Manado, Sulawesi, 95111, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jalan Wakeke 12-14, Manado.
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      My final day in Indonesia

      A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Nov 25, 2013

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      For my last night in Indonesia i really pushed the boat out {not} and paid 55,000INR for a single, prison cell like room at the Rex Hotel. I then took the bus for 7,0000INR to Tomohon, south of Manado. Lonely Planet states "Tomohon's macabre market is a slaughterhouse like experience". It wasn’t that bad but i did indeed see dogs in their cages waiting to be butchered and even a couple ...

      Kantor Imigrasi, Presentation, and too much Food!

      A travel blog entry by jpon on Jul 09, 2013

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      ... when we showed up to the coto restaurant near Pak Denny's house in the small neighborhood between Sario and the Boulevard near the Lion Air Hotel. We all enjoyed the pork-bone soup and sirsak juice, and I thanked Pak Denny for his hospitality.

      I joined Pak Ferry in my last class at Unsrat, which was to be a field trip to meet the director of the Kantor Arkeologi (it's a cognate....), Pak Bonny Tooy. It took us close to an hour to drive there, and by the time I ...

      Libur on Bunaken

      A travel blog entry by jpon on Jul 07, 2013

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      ... and an amateur magician, while Ruben was a former car racer. Alberto had his 9-year old son, Alberto Junior there with him, and was very quiet, while Zachary knew no English, and was not able to communicate with any of the guests at Lorenzo's. There was also Ameen, a British man who lives has lived in Kazakhstan as a TOEFLE instructor, and Armin, from the northern, German speaking region of Italy. Didan is an Indonesian guy and professional photographer who often contacts ...

      The Road to Tentena

      A travel blog entry by hobo-magic on Jul 04, 2013

      ... even longer. Five of us got our backpacks and battled in the dark through the muddy carnage, across the precarious bridge and to a small tea shop. The bridge wobbled as we walked over it so god knows how it would have stood up to a huge bus. We had to walk bare foot as our flip flops made us slip and our feet and legs were caked in mud. You'd probably pay a lot of money for a mud treatment like that at The Sanctuary in London. Denise, who is from Jakarta, got talking to the local ...

      Benny Hinn and Visa Issues

      A travel blog entry by jpon on Jul 02, 2013

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      ... at lunch. I had seen them playing in the break area before when she had joined her father at school (it's the summer break for Indonesian schoolchildren now), so I thought they would have really enjoyed being with her. I think she was very self-conscious of speaking English errantly, while Lathan and Esther were not willing to take a chance at speaking Indonesian incorrectly around her. So, I tried to get some conversation going a few times - interesting.

      The way ...

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