Tasik Ria Resort Manado
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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. ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... at the back so we really felt all the lumps and bumps. A big family was on the back seat and all the children vomited and cried although luckily, I didn't (vomit, I did have a little cry at one point). We were making pretty good progress though and I was really looking forward to a bed and a toilet in Tentena when we got to a very muddy stretch of road and stopped. No one said anything and at first we thought we were just stopping for a break but when Ed got out to investigate he found ...
... the table, but that he could get things expedited through the bureaucratic channels faster. He also suggested that we might be able to get the visa processed earlier than regulations state if he could call his foster-son who now works in that office. All of this was without Ibu Jein, who has been out sick since Monday, so we were making estimates of the situation as best as we could without her there to make a final recommendation. All present in the classroom at that point ...