Travello Hotel Manado
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... the radio about our intentions and destination. Soon enough it was nightfall and we settled into our routine. With the deep waters and being well offshore there was little to be concerned about and the night passed without incident. Ginette saw the incredible moon rise (almost full) and we sailed for most of the night, only putting the engines on in the morning when the winds died as we approached Sulawesi and our destination at Toli Toli. We picked up 2 very small bonitos near one of ...
We arrived in Manado on December 17. I know it has been 2 days since then and I haven't posted anything new yet - for that I apologize. The problem wasn't about finding internet but to find time to be online. There is so much to say about this place and the first thing is that I missed it.
The city is growing. There are so many tall buildings that I didn't recognize. More malls and shopping centers. More cars and mopeds. Busier than ever. To be honest, those were shocks to me. ...
... male of the area, he paused at the start of the clearing assessing the situation and the small gathering of people that stood around then walked straight through the clearing towards the pile of bananas. After he left we made our way back to our boat feeling triumphant that our patience had been rewarded. We found some huge ants on the way back that were the size of a 2 pence piece. After photos we continued back. As we approached the boat a few local kids and some of ...
... Sweet!!! Pulua Bunaken is more touristy than any of the Togean Islands put together but it hasn't in any way been ravaged by tourism either - it still has that untouched island charm rather than a blanket corporate display of uniform hotels. We had to be motivated and got straight down to organising a dive sessions after enjoying a great dinner - the food here was pretty good. There are an number of diving destinations around Malaysia and Indonesia ...
... the first ASEAN question, the rest of the questions all revolved around ASEAN. Pak Dave made sure that at least half of the 20 students gathered asked questions. Many looked irritated or bored out of their minds - some looked utterly confused at what I was talking about. I had come with a clear objective in mind: a broad and open discussion about improving cross-border relations amongst Southeast Asian nations, aided by the use of informal networks. I had suggested that ...