Vindhika Hotel

Address: Jl. Gunung Merapi No. 199 B/C, Makassar, Sulawesi, 90114, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jl. Gunung Merapi No. 199 B/C, Makassar.
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Travel Blogs from Makassar

Makassar to Baubau

A travel blog entry by katie.gordon on Jul 01, 2014

Back to makassar airport for our flight to Baubau and it's comically small airport. From there we drove into the centre of the city for our 'last supper' and Indonesian Pimp-My-Ride taxi drive to the port. Here we boarded the Hoga slave ship where 60 of us were to spend the night chained to the side of the ship while we made the journey across the treacherous Banda Sea after sun ...

My first day in Sulawesi

A travel blog entry by kyley on Mar 26, 2014

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... everyone is in Makassar!
I'm not exaggerating when I say 90% of people on the street said hi to me.
I had a great day and cannot stop smiling, but I'm glad to be chilling alone tonight, figuring out what to do over the next few weeks.

Tomorrow I'm taking a bus 200kms (so, 5hrs) South, to a town called Bira, and I think I'll stay there for three nights.
Supposedly internet there is frustrating so I'm trying to plan my trip up to Rantepao and Toraja before I ...

Sulawesi: Weird and Wonderful

A travel blog entry by wanderlust_asia on Oct 28, 2013

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... attitude, it seems healthy..... until you are paying them to be serious and they can't manage it. They are serious about you paying THEM though. The peninsula is only 25 miles wide here but getting from one side to the other takes half a day. Getting anywhere in Sulawesi takes much longer than you think it will. We met a Spaniard named Ines heading in the same direction as us and she would become our traveling companion for the whole of our time on ...

Bread & water? What happened to the nuts?

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad on Jul 12, 2013

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... tailed parrotquet All-in-all we notched up 10 and a half hours on the river and had a great time. We were sorry to leave such a peaceful and beautiful place. Got up uber earlier again (nothing changes in Borneo) to catch our flight to Indonesia. Maswings by Twin Otter turboprop to Balikpapan in Kalimantan, and then Swirijaya airlines to Makassar in Sulawesi. Bread & water. We're not special ...

Day 17 - Makassar.

A travel blog entry by misscasey on Jan 21, 2013

... then driven back to my hotel by a Year 12 student (its all rather different here in Indonesia. The kids can drive at 16 and most own a car so they drive to school. The teachers mainly have motorbikes or scooters. I'm glad that I've not been offered a lift on the back of a motorbike - I'd be definitely refusing that!! Classroom set ups and instruction are very different to the way we do it at home. Here there can be up to 50 students in one class!! All ...