Hotel Susteran

Address: Mission catholique, Ruteng, Flores, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Mission catholique, Ruteng.
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        Travel Blogs from Ruteng

        Traditional villages and crater lakes

        A travel blog entry by teenza on Dec 28, 2014

        7 photos

        ... and lovely views. We stopped for lunch at a small town and had a great meal in a bamboo hut. There was a short stop to see Arak being distilled More driving, corners, corners then a stop at the Ranamese Lake where we walked down to a landing and watched a group of kids fishing with bamboo poles. A couple who we met at breakfast were there and we chatted to them. They are a retired couple from Monaco, very nice. Our accommodation is at a place 'where ...

        Day 9 Labuan Bajo to Ruteng on Flores 128k

        A travel blog entry by jbarnett on Oct 10, 2014

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... as hard as I could. Tough on the knees. I miss my low mountain bike gears!! My back held out though so I was happy. Again, only the very fit fast guys made it the whole way. It was a beautiful route up and down the windy mountains. It was more lush up high than on the arid lowlands. Flores is a beautiful place with a lot to see and do. I've also figured out the meaning of the honks I get ...

        A day in "charming" Ruteng

        A travel blog entry by jaqz_and_dave on Jun 28, 2014

        5 photos

        ... which may not be a wholly reliable way of picking up transport…)

        With none of the bemos sporting signs or route names to go with their massive spoilers (not sure that the extra downforce is entirely necessary on over-laiden 1-litre vans?!) we resorted to asking the drivers where they stopped. Unfortunately the first couple did not go to Liang Bua cave, and this led to us literally being mobbed by ojek drivers. Jacqui had to hold out ...

        The winding road to Ruteng

        A travel blog entry by jaqz_and_dave on Jun 27, 2014

        14 photos

        ... shop in hope of finding more sustenance.

        We felt pretty disheartened as we walked back to the guesthouse, but rarely managed to complete a whole sentence to articulate this without a “Hello Mister!” being hollered in our direction. Ruteng, it seemed, was loud! We dropped in Hotel Rima to have a look at the attractions available to us in and around Ruteng, which proved difficult as there seemed to be no maps or directions available.


        The Tribes of Bajawa (Indonesia)

        A travel blog entry by usatexan on May 19, 2014

        84 photos

        ... were buried when they died as there were not near enough graves here for all the dead to have been buried over the years. He said only the leaders or someone very respected were buried in the village. The common folks were buried outside the village in another cemetery.

        Our next stop was to soak in the natural hot springs. We rode the bike through the forest and came upon some kids with a huge gecko. It was the largest I have ever seen. The driver ...