Travello Hotel Manado
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... went and after a couple of hours we were 2 of about 8 people left. Our guide said maybe now was a good time to leave and see if we could find an orangutan close to the boats where we might have a chance to get closer to one. As we walked down we saw a group of 2 people in front of us taking pictures of an orangutan just off the path. We waited till they had finished taking photos and had moved on before approaching the area where they were. As we approached our guide ...
... for butchering. Gunung Lokon volcano towers majestically over the town which itself is nothing of any note and to be honest not worth the effort of going to unless you plan to climb the volcano or get a perverse kick out of seeing dogs being slaughtered. Talking of volcanoes, i’ve just read online that Mt Sinabung Sumatra has been erupting again ...
... I was quite tired. I took a seat upstairs in Pak Tooy's office and prepared mentally to ask a few questions about archeology in Sulut. Pak Bonny is a funny man - he likes to laugh. I started by asking him about the warugas - the obvious main attraction when it comes to Minahasa-specific archeology. I wondered if there were others, and what they were doing to protect the existing warugas. I also explained that when I had been to the warugas at Air Madidi, I was surprised at ...
... Geographic - I sat down with him for several hours this weekend and went through the different functions of my Canon camera, as he has a beautiful Canon 5D Mk III, and is already familiar with the controls and features of my camera. Least interesting of all was a young couple from Gresham, Oregon - although we tried to strike up conversation with Justin, he was about as interesting as the rocks that lined the path to our simple, one-room hut at Lorenzo's.
... ready to make a decision about them possibly coming back early to Manado to spend more time there - she understood, but warned me profusely that Halmahera will be far hotter than Manado, and we'll all want to come back straightaway after we arrive in Halmahera. I appreciate her enthusiasm about having us stay out in Air Madidi with her family!
Ibu Siska told me that she did not go to the Kantor Imigrasi after lunch because there was too much traffic. She said she would ...