Hotel Dili

Av. Direitos Humanos, Dili, Timor-Leste | Hotel
Prices starting from $65.00

Travel Blogs from Dili

The massacre of Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad


... Timorese and had children. People here are deeply religious and whole families visit the graves of their loved ones to light candles and pray for their peace. The great majority of graves were well attended too and frequently visited and very ornate. Their were many families dotted around us tending to graves. It's hard to believe that a massacre happened here so recently because it was such a quiet ...

(41) Not A Bad Spot for Lunch

A travel blog entry by alcatrav

Today we decided to rent bikes from the hostel at 3USD per bike to break free of the capital. We were heading for the Jesus statue, 7km east of Dili on a small peninsula. Before we left Dili, we went to a supermarket by the waterside to grab a picnic lunch on the cheap. It was a very large supermarket, though the choice wasn't as large. We settled for some cheese rolls, bread, chocolate spread and some drinks before getting back on ...


A travel blog entry by wanderlust_asia


... flat tires and had to pull a guy out of a river who had crashed his motorbike off a bridge, and take him to a hospital. Epic. We aspire to take all this in stride and good humour like the locals did, they seemed to expect it. Their collective concern for the injured man and disregard for their own inconvenience was touching. Another hazard and the one most loathed by the Timorese is the late model SUV's owned by NGO's that travel at breakneck speed, ...

East Timor

A travel blog entry by georgg


... the general population, the majority of which still lives in extreme poverty, is benefiting at all from the country's oil wealth, which instead seems to fuel widespread corruption.

Jen and her friend S, with her little daughter Z are picking me up from the airport. We are staying in the Discovery Inn hotel right in the center off town. The room is fairly basic, but nice and clean. And to my surprise it even has Wi-Fi in the ...

Everything for Sale - Markets

A travel blog entry by npacadia


As I've previously mentioned, Timor Leste is one of the poorest countries in the world. Nearly the size of Connecticut, over half of the 1.1 million Timorese are under 21 years old. Nearly 60% and 45% of children under 5 are stunted and underweight, respectively. Three-quarters of the population is rural, although there is increasing migration to the capital Dili - like in many poor countries, young people are moving to ...

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This hotel, located on Av. Direitos Humanos, Dili, is near Cristo Rei and Sundarbans.
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