Arbiru Beach

Aldeia Meti I Bebonuk, Dili, 127, Timor-Leste | Hotel
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The only capital city where you can see the stars

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad


... after a lot of wandering and asking an Official from the Timor Leste Finance Ministry who knew enough English to point us to a UN enclosure further down the road. The exhibition is called Chega! and is Portuguese for 'No more, stop, enough'. It is also the title for a report by 'CAVR' the Timor Leste Commission for Reception, Truth and Reconciliation. It's a long and complex document that covers the appalling Human Rights violations committed ...

It's all Portuguese in East Timor

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad


They have a wine shop as you cross into East Timor amongst the rubble and dust! glad to see they have their priorities! We have forgotten what wine taste like!

We've been on the road since a 4.30am pancake and cup of tea looking out at a sunrise from the Lavalon Bar across the seafront in Kupang. Poor old Emerick (Edwin's trusty sidekick) was up like a shot to prepare breakfast - GEEZER!

The journey from Kupang down ...

(40) Visas! Chega!

A travel blog entry by alcatrav

... back at 4 that afternoon. We left the embassy feeling a little less worried than we were yesterday as everything seemed to be sorting itself out. We the made our way to the Chega! Exhibition which was very informative about the country's struggle for freedom. It was set in an old prison, notorious as a place of torture during the occupation. Chega! (Stop, No More!) was the name of the report into abuses during the occupation and was very critical of all parties involved. We ...


A travel blog entry by wanderlust_asia


... was recalibrated. We don't doubt Timor Leste had it's reasons for wanting to be their own country, but the average Indonesian has it much better than their cousins to the East.
West Timor doesn't see a lot of tourists, but it has many remote villages that have enduring traditional culture and architecture. A wet season that has extended months later than it should made visiting remote places impossible or prohibitively expensive, but we ...

East Timor

A travel blog entry by georgg


... Dili myself as S needed to sit in the back with Z for the rest of the drive. I managed to get us safely through Dili traffic, which was made even more exciting by the fact that it was during one of Dili's very frequent black-outs and the streets were completely dark except for the car lights.

Despite the quite unfortunate end to the day for Jen and Z, it's been a really fascinating and beautiful day in East Timor.



This hotel, located on Aldeia Meti I Bebonuk, Dili, is near Cristo Rei and Sundarbans.
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