Dahlia Hotel

Address: Jl Bhayangkara, Ruteng, Flores, East Nusa Tenggara, 86511 , Indonesia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Jl Bhayangkara, Ruteng.
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      Travel Blogs from Ruteng

      Day 9 Labuan Bajo to Ruteng on Flores 128k

      A travel blog entry by jbarnett on Oct 10, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      Our group is 3 people smaller now. Jenny and Erik left the trip early before the climbs started in Flores and Ruth decided to meet up with us again in 3 days when the climbing was mostly over and do some touristy things in the meantime. Today was a whopper. 128 kilometers but 3400 meters of climbing. I think that is just over 10,000 feet. Good heavens. I was right smack in the middle of the ...

      A day in "charming" Ruteng

      A travel blog entry by jaqz_and_dave on Jun 28, 2014

      5 photos

      We went for an early breakfast (it was only served between 6 and 7am in the convent) and set off for the centre of town. We had passed through Ruteng's bemo stop on arrival the previous day, and, with directions to any of the outlying sights proving so hard to come by, we decided to rely on public transport for the day. (Also, the only option we’d "found" to hire a bike locally was when one of the residents stopped alongside us and offered to rent us ...

      The winding road to Ruteng

      A travel blog entry by jaqz_and_dave on Jun 27, 2014

      14 photos

      A "Gunung Mas" bus picked us up from the homestay on its way to Ruteng. We'd soon forgotten about breakfast, and were tucking into crisps and reading as the bus wound its way along the TransFlores highway. We went for a walk around town, glad to stretch our legs after the 5 hour journey was over. At this point we realized just how small the town of Ruteng was. We stopped in a local warung and picked at a tasteless soup filled with chicken bones, then went on to ...

      The Tribes of Bajawa (Indonesia)

      A travel blog entry by usatexan on May 19, 2014

      84 photos

      ... to build because it has to be from a certain tree wood that is very rare.

      95% of the population here is Catholic, because at one time Portugal controlled the area. But, the tribes still have their superstitions and spiritual tribal beliefs.

      My guide is from a village also. he says everyone in Bajawa is a member of a tribe. They may live in the town during the week to work, but on weekends return to their villages. The families and tribes are ...

      A Change of Plans

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Mar 04, 2014

      15 photos

      ... years ago! In 2003 more excavations led to the discovery of much more than pottery. They found the bones of an elephant, a Komodo dragon, a large stork which is now only found in Africa, and the bones of nine prehistoric humans. These humans were much shorter than we are today. The full skeleton of a grown woman only measured 115cm tall. We were able to visit this skeleton and I lied down beside the skeleton to compare and I actually look tall, ...