King Solomon Hotel

Hibiscus Ave, Honiara, Solomon Islands | Hotel
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Not as bad as we thought

A travel blog entry by jamesh1066

Much is written about Honiara and it's lack of appeal to the 'typical' traveller. Much of this is true. Few tourist sites, an unspectacular waterfront (by Pacific standards) and air quality were all noted. However, we passed our stay here continuously thinking that it was not as bad as it might have been! Safe, easy to navigate and unlike most …

Centre of the Soloman Islands

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke


... Islands. Saying that we loved wandering around Honiara. We even managed to watch a local futsal competition. Futsal is similar to football but played with a heavier ball and slightly different rules. It's Brazilian in origin and is the Soloman Islands national sport. They love it. We walked around the local markets, sampled the local beer Sol Brew and ate some awesome seafood. The people are very friendly but you really have to push them to talk, otherwise they are ...

Paradise in hell

A travel blog entry by michael.just


... mine doesn’t work).. The roadtrip would turn out to be a challenge even do I got my cards working, as roadsigns aren’t present in the country. After driving for 1 hours without finding any of the places I was looking for, though equipped with maps, I stopped to ask a local for directions – the local didn’t give me directions, he got into my car a showed me the different places, playing tour guide along the way. I was ...

Bunkers, Markets and museums

A travel blog entry by just_two_of_us


With the Discovery 360 laid up for repairs Glenn suggested we go looking for some WW2 landing barges on a beach to the south of town. One thing you soon notice is tha there are very few (read no) road/street signs in Honiara/Guadalcanal so it makes getting directions a rather hit and miss affair as we were soon to find out.

The second learning is that one dirt turn off looks pretty much like the other. Anyway, armed with some directions from the locals in pidgin ...

Crime on the increase ?

A travel blog entry by kerron.hamblin

... were swerving to avoid them and blaring their horns.

I was watching all of this safely from the living room window, of course, as any self respecting Bajan would. Solomon Islanders have a healthy curiousity. I watched as a crowd gathered, people walked out of their houses to see what all the commotion was and to get a better view. Who could blame them? This was the most action I had seen in this district since ...

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