Hotel Bumi Asih

Jl. Dr. Ratulangi No.17 , Makassar, Sulawesi, Indonesia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Makassar

Last of the rainy season

A travel blog entry by thomle


... and needed to be emptied quickly! However, over the course of the morning the torrent slowly decreased and we managed to keep the water level below the line of our house. Hopefully that’s the last of any bailing needed…for the next 6 months at least. Now, where’s the sun cream and which beach are we going to next!?

(P.S. In the photos I am not wearing a ...

The Beautiful People

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin


... as to our well being and where we come from. People were waving and smiling everywhere we went, now we know how the queen feels when she goes out. :0) We leave the mall and walk around town for a while, some of the streets are laid with tarmac, a large proportion are still dirt roads, which are a bit tricky to negotiate in the rainy season, so we stick as best as we can to the main ones. There are no pavements either, many of the shops have nicely paves areas outside, and if ...

Sulawesi here i come.

A travel blog entry by richierich33


... to Wanci, one of the Tukangbesi Islands and now part of the Wakatobi Marine National Park which according to Jacques Cousteau offered "possibly the finest diving in the world" when he dived here in the 1980s. My plans thus changed and i decided it was an opportunity not to miss. Sussed out that from the Tukangbesi Islands you can return to Bau Bau, get a boat up to Kendari and then head from there either north west cross country to Tana Toraja or if Pelni sailings coincided, ...


A travel blog entry by sgaudun


... no consequence. I was so elated on finding my money belt, the rest of the day was a joy. I do not recommend this method of getting elated but it provided me with a good kick in the head and helped me gain a proper perspective. Today is a sunny day and I have successfully booked a flight to the island of Flores. Komodo dragons here I come.

Language Learning

A travel blog entry by firqintravels


... I learnt more from the guide during my stay there. The Toraja culture is very rich, they are the ones who celebrate and party someone's death rather than mourn the person's passing. Parties can go on for days and sacrifices made to the Gods can be up to hundreds! It's interesting to know how this idea of "sacrifice" works and basically it is a culture which I feel that runs on debt. If a family sacrifices a pig, the family who has suffered a ...


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