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TripAdvisor Reviews Sahid Kawanua Manado
Travel Blogs from Manado
... Sirius continues to suffer – but even he is finally perking up. It can be a very dangerous thing to get seriously ill in this cruising environment, particularly in the less developed areas. You can often be days or even weeks from hospital facilities and most carry very limited medical supplies. Ginette and I were fortunate to avoid this turn, but it again made us rethink our supplies and ‘plan’ in case of a future malady aboard Small Cat Fun.
Another highlight ...
... when one thinks of Christians and Muslims living together, you imagine that there would be a lot of animosity towards one another, and that there would be friction between celebration of holidays. However, in Manado, that is not true at all, the people are good, they are good neighbors to one another. I learned, or rather am continuing to learn, that one should always treat others as having good intentions, not bad. ...
... two days over and over again as this was just such an amazing experience and definitely somewhere that I would recommend to anyone.
If anyone is headed to Sulawesi, be sure to look up our guide Ateng Ganta (firstname.lastname@example.org or +681356038113) as he was just fantastic.
Thank you Ateng and the animals of Tangkoko for an experience of a lifetime!
Just a quick hop back to Manado before we head onwards to ...
... with HUGE prawns we arranged a trip for the following day. The morning arrived and we got up early to have breakfast and get down to the jetty. We got on the speed boat with the crew, Justin and two American guests, Harry and Jonny who were big characters. Harry was 80 and Jonny was late 60s and they were both divers! Pretty impressive to be going 20-30metres deep at 80yrs old!! They had a great sense of humour too, constantly finding ways to make a joke especially with the crew ...
... The confusion was because Ibu Siska had been handling the packet up to this point, and now Pak Ferry and I were there - they'd never seen us before. The process took about an hour for them to find my packet, and to take a new photograph and fingerprints. Pak Ferry and I headed out quickly - I texted to Pak Denny that I would be there to his classroom within 10-15 minutes. On the way back to Unsrat, we stopped by the shop close to Hotel Minahasa that had just finished ...