Farol Hotel

Rua Governador Serpa Rosa, Dili, Timor-Leste | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rua Governador Serpa Rosa, Dili, is near Cristo Rei and Sundarbans.
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    A travel blog entry by thebes on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... with a death toll of 55,000 per anuum- a fact that would have won me a point at the recent pub quiz) was more to do with those D-students of nature, dogs. And bats. Bats which while on a stay at the nearby Atauro island I made a quest to see and chase with a spotlight. Having quenched my curiosity and spotting many-a-bat, laid off, my mothers voice echoing not to antagonise famously rabies-ridden, wild animals. Needless to say I'm in the clear for rabies, and have no enlarged lymph ...


    A travel blog entry by mickoobyrne on Aug 14, 2013

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    ... any rate there are a lot of them and I am sure that some of this work does some good somewhere it is just not immediately obvious. There is also the usual collection of scally wags and rascals with schemes to make their fortunes bemoaning the fact that they can't understand why " they" meaning the local people, wont do this or that or behave in a manner that the expats deem appropriate. All the problems of the place are the fault of the locals and all the good things and the ...

    (39) Another Day, Another Country

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jul 08, 2013

    ... all our visa requirements fulfilled, we headed to Santa Cruz Cemetery in the south of the town. This was the scene of a massacre of hundreds of civilians by Indonesian forces in 1991. Hundreds of independence supporters gathered at the funeral of a fellow nationalist where they were surrounded by troops and fired upon. Many tried to flee but were shot, those hiding in the cemetery among the tombs were rounded up and taken away. ...


    A travel blog entry by wanderlust_asia on May 19, 2013

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... direction is East Timor, known today as Timor Leste.

    We're still learning about this place ourselves, but basically in the colonial period the island was divided in half when the Dutch pushed the Portuguese out of the west, and over time some cultural division formed between the two halves. The Portuguese held onto East Timor until 1974, after which Indonesia promptly invaded and occupied for 25 years until the UN backed an election ...

    Final Thoughts and Random Pictures

    A travel blog entry by npacadia on Mar 15, 2013

    26 photos

    ... sections of the park in contrast did seem to be better protected. A number of the local villages are co-managing the area and have even set up "no-take" fishing zones. A community leader told us a story about how Tara Bundu, the traditional Timorese laws used to regulate relations between people and environment, was employed to protect reef fish. A man from another village was caught fishing in this community's no-take zone - the ...