Sintesa Peninsula Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... said that because of the Christmas season, which means shopping time. People from the villages around the city would drive - some for up to 4-5 hours of driving - to get their Christmas shopping done in Manado. The prices are cheaper here and the styles of clothing are up to the trend compared to the shops in thier villages. Plus, Christmas is a good excuse to experience the busy city life (I know, it sounds unusual).
Anyway, this place has changed. But I am still glad I came ...
... from a couple of the docked boats were playing football, our guide asked if I wanted to play which I casually accepted (even though I was actually pretty excited to be able to play haha). We played 4 a side for a while, not really knowing where the pitch ended or where the goals were but it was great fun. After 15-20 mins I was truly knackered, obviously not very fit to start with and playing in the heat and humidity I felt like I had played a full 90 mins, not a kick ...
... essentially phoning a friend when you need a favor - could help where there are no other options. The questions I started getting were very technical, dealing with intricacies of international law. I had run beyond the capacity of my Indonesian vocabulary as well, and several times I had to lean over to Dave and ask for assistance on some technical terms to bumble through some of my answers. I wondered if I did not already feel so exhausted today if I could have ...
... study at Unsrat, as well as preparing for the next chapter in this summer's adventure in Indonesia. Mey was there to greet us, as she had anxiously awaited our arrival for a few days now. She was eager to meet the whole family and to 'teach Lathan and Esther how to snorkel,' as we had agreed she would when I left Bunaken after my first trip in early June. She announced as soon as she saw me that she had decided not to take a job in Jakarta, and that it was better to work for ...
... Ibu Siska is a by-the-book person. They respectfully described her as 'sengat diam, kalau orang ngak brauni' - a very quiet/introverted person who does not like to stray off the established course. They all hold her in high esteem, although they realize that in this situation, some understanding is needed in order to overcome the problem - Ibu Siska would simply be uncomfortable asking the pegawai at the Kantor Imigrasi for any type of exceptions. Pak Ferry came in next ...