Singgasana Hotel Makassar
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... for lunch and the food was excellent! They had musicians playing traditional music while we ate. After lunch I got one of the bellmen to unlock the door to the terrace on the 2nd floor, so we got a nice view of the water and the mosque.
Our next stop was Fort Rotterdam. Located on the site of a fortification built by the King of Gowa in 1545, it was taken by the Dutch. It is called the "turtle fort" because it is built in the shape of a turtle with its head facing the ...
... 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 ...
... uncomfortable boat ride, particularly if you're at the front of the boat with no shade from the overbearing sun. As the dust covered city fades into the distance behind you, the tropical island rises from the water ahead, beckoning you to bask in its crystal clear waters. On the way, about 20 minutes out from Makassar, you pass the island of Semalona; a once paradisiacal island that is now overcrowded and ...
... and all 8 employees behind the counter began trying to print boarding passes, transfer slips and baggage check tags. He managed to get us two seats on a flight to Makassar boarding at 10:40. We still had to go through security, pay our exit fee and make it to the plane. Checked baggage had long been closed. How could we possibly make this flight?! I'll tell you how, our Lion Air friends escorted us through the airport, carrying our bags that needed to be ...
I guess one of the things we don't think about when planning an extended journey is building in some rest time. Not knowing whether you ever going to have an opportunity to see another museum or a treasured landmark while on the trip you want to be sure to use your time efficiently. Choosing to slow down and getting some rest can be just as exciting. So that's why we're thankful for the many years of going to UCSB for the ...