Golo Hilltop Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsGolo Hilltop Hotel & Restaurant Labuan Bajo
This is a lovely well maintained hotel in Labuan Bajo. It's not centrally located but up on the hilltop with sweeping bay views. It has a medium sized pool set upon a terrace. The breakfast is very nice. We ate there on one of the evenings and it was also good. They offer trips but I am not sure if they are good value as we did not shop around (we paid 900,000Rps for two people for a boat for the day to take us to Rinca and then snorkelling in the afternoon). We preferred the double room to the twin room as it felt larger and cooler. Nice terraces with views. Wifi in the restaurant / pool area. The staff are very nice and the owner is extremely informative. Would definitely stay here again,
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... Flores Island and was absolutely fantastic. They had 130 kids on site, each living as families with a Mother in each little house in fabulous grounds, tended by all staff and kids. There were two "Fathers" on site but each house had a "Mother" looking after up to 10 children. I was so moved, the children who were there (many were at school in Maumere) came to me with huge smiles, beautifully dressed and clean and could ask in English "what is your name, where are ...
... up around 7 a.m. and should have arrived in Labaunbajo around 5 p.m., but I got there closer to 9 p.m. It was the worse trip I have done yet, and the only one I really would not want to do again. The smoke and the cargo and the live animals and the crowded seating made for a terrible journey.
Back in Laubanbajo, I made plans to catch the plane that would take me to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and then Siem Reap, Cambodia.
NEXT: THE UGLINESS OF WAR!
... the way they do. It was quite a beautiful site to see.
When we were ready to leave this area and head back to Ruteng, Gusti's rented motorbike was not working. After a few minutes of a few different people trying to fix it, Gusti sent the other motorbike driver to find a mechanic. Keep in mind, we were in a fairly remote village. It's not like they could call CAA and someone would come to tow the bike away. Having said that, a ...
... for a bit before calling it quits and getting back on the boat. With no shelter I sat in rain soaked sarongs shivering my butt off whilst Arif's Dad laughed at me and magically negotiated the waves and reefs. No easy feat when you could only see a few metres in front and had no land in sight. Of course we returned to the clouds parting and a sliver of blue over the mainland. Typical. On getting off the boat we were welcomed into Arif's home for ...