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... of course wasn’t great news, but seemed solvable. We could either get a ground power unit the following morning to at least depart to Ternate, or better yet we could get a replacement battery. The only problem with a replacement would be that it 1) has to be 24v and 2) has to be either aviation rated or else we’d risk having the battery boil over as we flew to higher altitudes.
We knew it was going to be an interesting day ...
... waiting outside for us.
On the way to pick up bags at Pak Denny's house, Pak Ferry said he needed to stop by his house quickly. Once we arrived however, we realized that about 40 members of his extended family were gathered there, and that this would not be a quick affair. Since Ibu Golda and Pak Edwin are cousins of Pak Ferry's wife, they were there as well. It turns out that every 9th day of the month for the past 36 years, the family has met for a gathering ...
... there at Unsrat. He has gone above and beyond all expectations I had of any of the staff, and I spent more time in class with him than with anyone else by far. I have come to appreciate his humility and consistently sound teaching, as well as his attention to helping me out with anything I was having trouble with, in and out of class. He held up his gifts for a photo just as Arthur walked in - I don't know if he noticed the presents that Ferry was holding, but I hope he ...
... t that good, although the rest of us certainly enjoyed ours. I am on a quest now to find out who actually has mango juice – there are barely ripe mangos all over the place, but I have had trouble finding fresh juice lately.
Pak John helped solidify my weekend plans. We will stay up in Tomohon at the Lokon Hotel instead of going to a coastal location. He has offered to take us on a comprehensive tour ...
... trend is to have people from Nusa Tanggara (around Timor and east of Bali – NTT) joining transmigration. Of the 200 families per year who settle in the Province, 100 are from Sulut. In the beginning of Transmigration in Indonesia, sites were comprised solely of outsiders. The Central Government under Suharto began to realize this was a source of conflict so they began by introducing a mix of 90/10% outsider/locals, in order to spread ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center