Dili Lodge Hotel

Comoro, Dili, Timor-Leste | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dili

The massacre of Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad


... the worlds media very quickly after the event. The worlds media did its part, the UN was forced (slowly) into action and the curtain was finally drawn wide open on the lengthy, secret and violent oppression of the East Timorese by militias directly linked to Indonesia. The Chega! Exhibition we visited yesterday goes into a lot of detail about how and why the massacre happened. In reality lots of ...

Dusty Dili

A travel blog entry by mickoobyrne


... a very poor country. Every Westerner I meet is either working for an aid agency or has some fantastic opportunity for me to invest in. There are lots more tourists here now which is great but as yet still not much for them to do, but it is a beautiful country to travel thru. I hired a little 150cc motorbike for the next few days until the Suzuki gets here but I am sure that I am the ONLY person in Dili who is riding with a jacket and gloves. Took a ride along the coast heading ...


A travel blog entry by wanderlust_asia


... East Timorese voted to become their own country. This vote set in motion a murderous rampage by paramilitary groups backed by the Indonesian military where thousands were killed and much of the infrastructure destroyed.

Once considered one of the nicer cities in SE Asia, the capital Dili is now a tattered, dusty shadow of its former glory. Most of the grand colonial architecture was destroyed out of spite by those apposed to independence. We ...

East Timor

A travel blog entry by georgg


... name) has been a sovereign country only since 2002. The population of just over 1 million is predominantly Catholic. The country occupies the eastern half of the island of Timor. (West Timor is part of Indonesia.) East Timor was first reached by Europeans in the early 16th century and was a Portuguese colony until 1975. Soon after gaining independence in 1975 however, the country was invaded by the Indonesian army. ...

Cultural Influences

A travel blog entry by npacadia


... village of Com, a large proportion of the graves were of very young children. A very heartbreaking scene.

In Baucau (the second largest city in Timor Leste), Tutuala, and Maubisse, we stayed in overnight accommodations called Pousadas. These were built by the Portuguese and were located in some of the most beautiful locations in town, usually overlooking a grand scenic vista. Efforts have been made to restore these ...


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