To visit Makassar without buying bird-of-paradise plumes, she said, would be like visiting Japan without buying a kimono.
Makassar was actually on his way; and to be towed there really saved time.
Mesman was a Dutch merchant with whom Jasper had had many dealings, a considerable person in Makassar.
The Dutch are in possession of Makassar, and had formerly settlements on the northwest coast and in the bay of Sawa.
The wharves and godowns which line Makassar's water-front form an unattractive screen to a picturesque and charming town.
And finally, crossing Makassar Straits, we come to Borneo, the habitat of the head-hunter and the orang-utan.
The sword and cocoanut now form part of the heraldic arms belonging to Makassar.
A visit to the so-called "Kingdom of Goa" fills up our last day in Makassar.
Makassar, the straits of, usually written Macassar, but more accurately Mangkassar.
But it looked only like a bit of marine news: English brig Bonito gone ashore outside Makassar roads.