Singgasana Hotel Makassar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... we wanted to take to boat to Bunaken island. We asked for the local boat, and we were led down the stairs to a wooden boat that seemed to be a bit too much local. They said it was safe, so we boarded and the boat was getting packed with food and people. When it started raining, some tarp was rearranged so most of us stayed dry (including me!). On the island we saw that it is very quiet with some accommodation and several dive resorts. While we were walking around to find ...
... and laugh afterwards and you only wonder why. The crowd is pushing you forward. Everyone wants to be on a board as soon as possible. Its dark and laud around. Suddenly someone is catching your hand asking for your ticket. You don't say a word you just showing it. They let you go. You have no clue who that person was, but you assume he's working here. 3 min. later someone again is grabbing your hand, this time a stamp is being put on your hand like it is when you enter the club. ...
... to numerous gas-guzzling boats coming and going from the island over the years. Although recent anecdotes suggest that there has been a bit of a coral comeback; you can see the usual species of fish that live in small coral areas, and if you're lucky the occasional turtle - you just have to beware of the sea urchins near the jetty. A previous teacher had the unfortunate experience of diving down headfirst into ...
... I just have my PJ bottoms pulled up - just thought I'd clear that up!)
(P.P.S. Since writing this post, we have had to bail out the back porch for a third time, between 5.00am - 6.00am, which was not as funny. Bleary eyed we carried the buckets of water through our house to the front porch, where light was already beginning to appear on the horizon. The novelty has definitely warn off!)
... as to our well being and where we come from. People were waving and smiling everywhere we went, now we know how the queen feels when she goes out. :0) We leave the mall and walk around town for a while, some of the streets are laid with tarmac, a large proportion are still dirt roads, which are a bit tricky to negotiate in the rainy season, so we stick as best as we can to the main ones. There are no pavements either, many of the shops have nicely paves areas outside, and if ...