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Along the waterfront promenade at the port in Makassar are a few watering holes - not very common in a predominantly Muslim region. Like any large port, Makassar has it's share of seedier nightlife. The girls were looking into the comming sunset, and maybe looking for something else too. Makassar was the largest and most important port during the Dutch period. Now it's just a sprawling metropolis with a few attractions near the waterfront and a reputation for amazing sunsets. This bar was named Kiosk Samarang.

Luko has a different shot of this same place here:

http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Asia/Indonesia/photo7948.htm

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