Hotel Sahid Jaya Makassar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... beach) is absolutely covered in plastic, paper, tin cans, rotten food and even human waste! Despite heroic, monthly efforts by locals and ex-pats alike to clean up the beach, it's just a short term solution. Weeks, possibly even days after these clean-up events, the beach begins to fill with litter again.
The problem stems from school education, or there lack off. Children here are just not taught ...
My good friend Ronan, from Bordeaux, had the great idea to come to Asia to travel together for a while. At first we wanted to go to Vietnam, but the weather was not that good at the time. Instead, we decided to go to Indonesia. Even though I already spent two months in Indonesia, there is still many more to see, so I love to go back to Indonesia. We planned to start in Sulawesi. Actually, before Ronan arrived in Indonesia, I had to spend a few days on my own (my visa for ...
I don't know...I feel like recent blogs I was writing soo much that this time I decided you deserve a quickly. IT'S ALL GOOD with me...no negative entry this time!!! After we left Wodong we passed by and climbed the first Volcano in my life back in Moni... after which, we finally reached Labuan Bajo. The way took us two days of a hitchhike but its been amazing. No bigger issues. We finally enjoy ourselves and slowly coming back to normal...slowly, since I ...
... it was because he wanted a cigarette or a picture taken but we did not care about any of it. We asked him to leave. He did.
It was nice and spacious on our piece of a floor till the point when the ship changed its direction and the wind start blowing too strong. So strong it kept on waking me up constantly. I knew I'm not going to have a great sleep if I stay here. Knowing how the ship is over packed with people I looked to the side and the thought came to my mind. ...
... to chat.
I walked around taking photos, talking to people and looking for something to eat.
The first restaurant I went in the menu was all in Indonesian and I only recognized a few items.
I asked the cashier if anything was vegetarian and she laughed shyly, and told me no while shaking her head.
I stopped at a little Warung with the sweetest owner and had a few corn fritters and a Sprite.
More wandering, down a street where every shop was either ...