Tasik Ria Resort Manado
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... there is family, there is food, there is conversation (although i didn't understand most of it...). It's really nice to see a family reunited at Christmas as well, Winda hasn't been home for Christmas for 10 years, seeing how her family has changed and grown must be amazing for her. I was happy to be able to spend Christmas with Winda's family, and I know that she was extremely happy to spend it with her family as well.
... on Unsrat sharply at 1000. He introduced me to Pak Dave and Evelyn, two of his colleagues who also teach law. Pak Denny took me quickly up the stairs to meet the Dean of the school. She is a stern woman with a rather interesting way about her. She was definitely the dominant one in the room with Pak Denny, which I found strange - she commanded a certain respect from the staff there that did not seem to fit with her mannerisms. She slyly boasted about her daughter having gone ...
... Arthur, Ferra, and Ibu as I waited, but worked a little bit on the format of the presentation.
Ibu Mariam called to say she and Heintje could pick me up first, and then head up to Unsrat to get Hosanna and the kids on our way out to Air Madidi. She had offered to have us out there for dinner and to stay with them for the evening, since we had not been able to previously. On the way there, Heintje stopped once to buy some milu - boiled, sweet corn - from ...
... even longer. Five of us got our backpacks and battled in the dark through the muddy carnage, across the precarious bridge and to a small tea shop. The bridge wobbled as we walked over it so god knows how it would have stood up to a huge bus. We had to walk bare foot as our flip flops made us slip and our feet and legs were caked in mud. You'd probably pay a lot of money for a mud treatment like that at The Sanctuary in London. Denise, who is from Jakarta, got talking to the local ...
I've not been able to post consistent entries this past week because I have been entirely consumed with preparing my final presentation here at Unsrat. The biggest issue to so far has been that of my visa - my Social-Budaya Visa expires on 20 July, and I'm having some real problems figuring out how to get it extended. The sponsor for renewing my visa has to be Unsrat, since they initiated the first, 60 day visa that allowed me to enter the country. By regulation the ...