Singgasana Hotel Makassar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
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... star during my time here though was Hakata Tours and Travel. Not only did they help with my onward travel but keeping my bags stored for me was of invaluable help. Walking around all day with 30kg's in this heat is no joke. They could have easily declined to keep my things safe, but they didn't. Had it not been for them, i'd probably of only seen the promenade. In the end, i bought them a little something to say thank you. My next location is Rantepao in Tano ...
... to be mostly alright except for some road rash. Lots of people don't seem to wear helmets here. We just arrived in Makassar we were delayed about three hours due to rain. Next we go to Sorong to catch the boat to Kri island. I think it's about and hour and a half boat ride. We don't leave till 3:15 this morning so just hanging in the airport watching ...
... how it looks when you try to get yourself on a ship in Makassar. I had nothing like that back in Nunukan. My eyes were all around the place, trying to record what's happening. Observing people rushing me and me rushing along with them.
Finally I get to the stairs of the very ship which looks exactly like the one I was on previously. Massive and dirty. The stam p on my hand is being checked and I've been let in. Still quiet.
We try with Morgan to break through all ...
Off the coast of Makassar there are many small islands that are paradise for sunbathers, snorkelers and those who just want to get away from the traffic, humidity and general humdrum of the city. One of these islands goes by the name of Keke and we took the opportunity to visit it twice in May due to the numerous public holidays this time of the year.
Keke is a short 30 minute boat ride from Makassar, albeit ...
... 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!)