Pacific Casino Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPacific Casino Hotel Honiara
Basic room, rather old and tired Hotel. Air conditioning in room was welcome! The room overlooked a large pool, but i didn't try it. My partners company put him up here for 4 weeks, but luckily I only stayed 3 nights before we moved into a house.
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... marked $100 SD - that can't be kilos but $100 SD is more than US $12.50. I will savor my breakfast watermelon slices. There were some people selling betel nut with lime and other people selling - maybe cooked meat - in nice little banana leaf packets. I did end up taking a photo of a woman selling jewelry that I bought a few things from and then I took a few other photos in the market making it a low volume photo day - even fewer than ...
... Scouts that I took a photo of at the start of the WWII tour but I guess I never realized what it was. Doesn't say much for my attention.
At this point I was pretty much on the Honiara Wharf so I strolled (a young lady would later wish me good strolling so I use the word here) down past a few of the jetties - I noticed Irish Jetty and Vanke Jetty. All the different kinds of boats were fascinating. People ...
... I did go through and delete unwanted emails though. I uploaded my notes from yesterday onto my blog and then switched to the iphone to find out that I had a few messages. Then I was actually communicating with Kara, Candae, Serge & Brenda - although Serge was actually messaging Nikki at first. I thought I was stuck in the dining room when I saw rain pouring down but when I went to get the cable car up to my room, I saw that it was only the ...
... up for one of the WWII tours so I will go with them tomorrow at 9 am. Then the visitor center man booked me a tour to Savo Island at 2 pm with an overnight stay. Once I am there I will arrange any activities. He said that I could snorkel right from the beach so that will be good and a village is right near by so I could walk through it without a tour if I wanted. I did want to do the short volcano hike and visit the Megapode bird site if they are laying ...
... that live inland in the mountains tend to hold to traditional ways and religion, called kastom, or custom. Most Solomon Islanders have been Christianized. Somewhere I read the percentages. It appears that only around 10% are Seventh Day Adventists, like Atkin my taxi driver, but Saturday is the day of rest when most things are closed. The Spanish were the first Europeans to "discover" the Solomons: a man named Mendana from Peru in search of the gold ...