Hotel Santika Premiere Seaside Resort Manado
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... it much time to heal so this was the perfect opportunity. The next couple of days were comprised of sleeping, eating, reading, sunbathing and a very good massage all of which were very handleable. We also met a lovely couple from Amsterdam who we ate lunch and dinner with each day. After our 3rd night we arranged our transport for 7am to go back to Manado airport to catch our next flight to Jakarta where we would stay 1 night before flying on to the south of Borneo the next ...
... the boat ride fun. We got to our first snorkel spot called Manta Sandy a place where only Manta rays roam. The water here was particularly deep and beautifully blue but there was no coral. Unfortunately we didn't see any Mantas and so after a while headed on the boat to an island to have a coffee break. After our coffee and doughnut we headed back to Manta Sandy. This time we were fortunate to see and swim with one manta for about 15minutes. We were really lucky to see one as it was ...
... ASEAN and other treaties at work in Southeast Asia. I handed out a few of my business cards to the faculty who were still gathered, including Pak Dave, and followed Pak Ferry and Pak Denny out of the auditorium. Pak Denny suggested that he take Hosanna and the kids and I out to a place close by to the school for lunch - he had wanted to introduce me to another friend of his, but couldn't reach him on his handphone.
Lunch was quite good, thankfully. I was still licking ...
... few times with the music. The one thing that I could have done without was that every other song played was the annoyingly catchy song 'We're not Broken, Just Bent,' although I am not entirely sure that's the name of it. It's at least the main lyrics of the song - a nice enough, poppy song on the radio these days, but not when you hear it non-stop for three days!
There were four Spanish guys on a work holiday from the Madrid Metro System. Guillermo was the funniest of ...
... at lunch. I had seen them playing in the break area before when she had joined her father at school (it's the summer break for Indonesian schoolchildren now), so I thought they would have really enjoyed being with her. I think she was very self-conscious of speaking English errantly, while Lathan and Esther were not willing to take a chance at speaking Indonesian incorrectly around her. So, I tried to get some conversation going a few times - interesting.
The way ...