Travello Hotel Manado

Address: Jl. Sudirman No. 123, Manado, Sulawesi, 95122, Indonesia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Jl. Sudirman No. 123, Manado.
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    Travel Blogs from Manado

    My Old Home Is Not So Old Anymore

    A travel blog entry by jeremyandwinda on Dec 17, 2014

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    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. ...

    South Borneo - Orangutans

    A travel blog entry by jonnyandlucy on Oct 02, 2014

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    ... us on the narrow path. We waited not wanting to scare him, as he got to about 20 meters away he calmly climbed into the trees that ran along the sides of the path and used them to get around us as if we were not even there then rejoining the path after and continuing in his way. We reached the feeding station but could not see any orangutans. The guide had warned us that the morning feeding sessions attracted much less orangutans. We waited and slowly people left until ...

    Kantor Imigrasi, Presentation, and too much Food!

    A travel blog entry by jpon on Jul 09, 2013

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    ... 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 ...

    Libur on Bunaken

    A travel blog entry by jpon on Jul 07, 2013

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    ... for the cards that I had created from my computer.

    I enjoyed the drive out to the boat, waiting at the mouth of a small river northeast of Manado. Alwin was waiting for us there in a small boat that I had not seen before at Lorenzo's. I am combining the entries for each day I was on Bunaken into one entry because it was not that newsworthy - that was the point - for six weeks now I have been going non-stop, and I was feeling pretty exhausted. It was a way of wrapping ...

    Benny Hinn and Visa Issues

    A travel blog entry by jpon on Jul 02, 2013

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    ... had gone to the Sulut Office of Immigration to inquire about the visa issue. Ibu Selfi and I were already discussing how to navigate this tricky situation as part of the conversation class we were conducting, so Pak John joined in to the conversation already in progress. He said he is a foster-father to 12 Manadonese young people, and some of them work in government offices around town now. He said he could call in a favor if we needed it - he was not suggesting doing ...