Walea Dive Resort
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- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Walea Dive Resort Luwuk
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... we headed inland up to Mangkutana and then from there up to Pendulo. Half an hour before Pendulo however we got stopped in a massive log-jam for 3hrs due to the road being blocked by cars stuck in the mud where the road had been washed away. We spent from 4pm to 7pm idly waiting whilst a JCB attempted to make good the road and the stuck vehicles were cleared out of the way. Eventually got to Pendulo at 7:30pm, then after dinner carried on up north to Tentana and ...
... we kept one room so we could have a bathroom and hang around watching TV). I hunted for an internet cafe to email our folks to say we wouldn't be able to contact them for up to three weeks as there are few phones and no internet anywhere on The Togean Islands. We then waited until 1am for the car to pick us up. We also got a call from our friend Tim who was one day behind us, and we were able to arrange a car for him and his group of travelers, so we'd go ...
... with huge holes right next to the 100m dropoff was pretty adventurous. During the afternoon we contacted Lösch and Mone, since they were on their way to Poso too. The should already reserve a room and get the bus tickets to Ampana for mornig next day. After a really long journey with a few stops to pee, eat or drink we stopped at a workshop where the mechanics had to check the wheels and Achse. Lösch and Mone already arrived in Poso ...
... man tried to sit on our rucksack, until I swiftly told him not too, I think he found it funny as he and his friends spent the next 5 minutes talking about us and laughing.
The stares and smiles continued as we were sat outside someone’s cabin, after much giggling one lady plucked up the courage to speak to me, she couldn’t speak any English so the girl hiding in the cabin was telling her what to say. She also stroked my arm a ...
... Rantepao and Ampana (well ... there are loads and loads of great Indonesian people, but as far as 'things to see', there isn't much, so you will be spending a lot of time on the road).
So, we could've got another bus or bemo to Poso, then another bus or bemo to Ampana, but with Jay getting over a fever, we decide to share a car with the Dutchies ... which is good because no matter how much we think we are hardcore travellers, sometimes you just want a car! ...