Selayar Island Resort

Address: Poros Baloiya Road km 10, Benteng, Selayar Island, Sulawesi, 92855, Indonesia | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn is located on Poros Baloiya Road km 10, Benteng.
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      Paying Tribute to the Dead

      A travel blog entry by swilson79 on Jan 19, 2015

      6 photos

      ... show us around. A major site here, are the ancient hanging graves. A stunning site, the Torajan's of old used to bury the bones of their dead in ceremonial wooden coffins, and then hang them up high on the side of a rock face to protect them from thieves and other critters which might have interest in them. One coffin would house the bones of an entire family. In old times they would keep the body at home as a mummy until it was reduced to ...

      The Road to Tentena

      A travel blog entry by hobo-magic on Jul 04, 2013

      ... were drinking tea and taking advantage of the situation by charging for their services pushing out cars that got stuck. She got some phone numbers and called round trying to negotiate a reasonable price for a car to take us to Tentena (which we were told was 6 hours away but actually it was only 2 and a half). We agreed to pay 7 each, a bargain considering we didn't really have any negotiating power, what were we going to do, sit in the tea shop until the mud dried out? At that point ...

      White pickett fences - you could be in England!

      A travel blog entry by deb4grey on Sep 30, 2011

      8 photos

      ... and it is pouring with rain, when we get back we negotiate a good price for a car to take us to the port town of Ampana tomorrow, which is Sunday and public transport is rare as most people go to church on a Sunday.

      Sunday morning, 4:00am.

      We’ve suffered the mosque every morning and had thought that they might give it a rest on the Sunday, particularly as most locals are Christian in this area – not a chance! It’s double ...

      Roger needs a new bike

      A travel blog entry by pmaustin on Apr 12, 2011

      6 photos

      ... had a warmth about him, a nice man.

      The road was very bumpy and not far along the road Rogers peddle became very lose. After tightening it up we continued and then the nut of rogers peddle fell off and also the peddle, luckily we found the nut and again mended the bike. The road continued to be bumpy but very pleasant, cool with shade from the jungle either side of the road, a bit further on Roger had another problem, all the bikes had baskets on the front ...

      2 Days 2 get there ! BY BUS

      A travel blog entry by pmaustin on Apr 12, 2011

      2 photos

      ... insisted was a girl, whatever! he , she was very helpful later on our trip. The bus had lots of leg room, comfortable seats, air con, actually very cold The roads a repeat of mountainous, sheer drops, landslides and slow. It was very slow and again I slept most of the journey away. This was the fast bus but we stopped for absolutely everything. Lunch, prayer, Durian shopping, dinner, payer, pick up some boxes, durian shopping, prayer, tea time, Durian shopping ...