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Travel Blogs from Makassar
... can find this otak-otak almost in everywhere in Makassar but i recommend you to buy in Ibu Elly Store.
3. Es Pisang Ijo/ Green Banana Iced
The Banana is wrapped by the green pandanus dough, mixed with the coconut milk, ice and pink sweet syrup, yummmyyyy fooodd. The banana inside the dough has great tasty and sweet-smelling.
4. Pisang Epe / Banana grilled
we can find this pisang epe everywhere most of them near the Losari Beach, we can chill ...
... notre bus ne semblent pas perturbées quand on leur dit avec notre indonésien dont on est si fier « satu malam lagi di sini ? », « une nuit de plus ici ? », elles rigolent en haussant les épaules, ce genre d’évènement qui nous parait si incroyable est plutot courant ici. Une route coupée pendant 2-3 jours à la suite de grosses pluies c’est classique. Faut être souple ! Enfin quand même, on est épaté de voir à quel point les gens restent de ...
We are exploring Makassar this morning. Lelly, Tine and Lelly's cousin out to shopping center for killing time before leaving to Bau-Bau. I and Kris have a chance to look for outdoor gears in Eiger store on Jalan Lagaligo. We both take a public transportation and it has unique payment in Makassar, public transportation fare for one person is IDR 3.000 and IDR 5.000 for two persons. Finished ...
... unhealthy, thirdly, Sulawesi is very expensive by Indo
standards, fourthly, the landscape wasn't great, to be honest I was
disappointed with the landscape overall, fifthly, travelling in Sulawesi
wasn't that easy in that you had to get the timings right with the boat
schedules, otherwise you'd end up stuck somewhere for a week or so and
lastly, I ain't a fan of the underwater world, otherwise I think my time
... huge trucks conveying large stones, gravel and hardcore and unfortunately their weight was breaking up some of the new surfaces that had been completed. The trucks' loads were gushing water which combined with the mud to make for a bad, uneven surface. We had many delays along the route but everyone was being very patient with lots of smiles all round, especially from the motorcyclists.
We passed rice fields and small communities dotted along the way where ...