Hotel Sahabat

Address: Jl Said Printah No 5 , Ambon, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jl Said Printah No 5 , Ambon.
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Travel Blogs from Ambon

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A travel blog entry by ccmurray on May 02, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... was hurting (side story about malaria medication), and Rick actually made the smart decision and said zero chilies. We weren't really hungry though, so she wrapped it in a leaf and we took it to go.
Next stop was Tulehu, a small village/town with roads literally washed away by the ocean, and boats stuck ashore due to low tide. Unlike most other places they are lucky though and have a fresh spring. Apparently, another island close by has a fresh spring also and the ...

Wasn't planning on coming back here again.

A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Apr 07, 2014

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... been to sail back to Ambon on the 7 April and then fly up to Sorong. However, due to the fact that i had met several other travellers in the Bandas that had already been to Raja Ampat and they all said how costly it was to get there (Rp500,000 marine park fee for starters); how expensive the accommodation was (Rp250,000 p/p/p/n minimum); that diving prices were very high; and that this wasn't the best ...

Back for just 1 night.

A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Mar 25, 2014

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... though this one took 3hrs 40mins to get back to Tulehu-Hurnala port on Ambon but only cost Rp20,000. It took another hour in a bemo to Kota Ambon so it was 8pm by the time we got back to the Asri Hotel where we were all staying. Bought my ferry ticket to Bandaneira the following morning {Rp105,000 economy class} and had a wander round town then took a bemo down the peninsula to the beach near Latuhalat for the afternoon along with two of the others from yesterdays ...

Maluku; Moluccas; the Spice Islands - you choose!

A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Mar 21, 2014

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... room with shared bathroom (although it did have air-con) and the free ‘breakfast’ the following morning consisted of just a cup of tea/coffee and a small muffin! Explored some of the city and read up on Palau Ambon and came to the conclusion that the island doesn’t have much to offer a backpacker on a budget, if at all. Ascertained that the next ferry to the Banda Islands left in four days time so decided i would head to Pulau Saparua one of the Lease Islands until ...

Full circle

A travel blog entry by wanderlust_asia on Feb 15, 2014

2 comments, 78 photos

... did some fantastic muck diving before slipping off to the Lease Islands for a while. These islands are hardly visited at all, which is hard to figure because they have many of the same attributes as the Bandas but with easier access. The hard coral was especially beautiful, and the small towns delightful. And that was it for Asia.

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