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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... a hotel built in tiers up the hillside. It was just great as you use a funicular to go up and down. Except the thing broke the second day and we had to climb 209 steps to get to the room. We didn't stick that out very long. Honiara has a population of about 50,000 and only one road leading in and out of town. It gets real congested and everyone complains about the traffic. They are, however proud of their history/anthropology museum and rightly ...
... could've at least covered that cost! But what do you do when you're the only guest and the breakdown of the bill is only given to you verbally? Its not like I knew exactly how he got to his grand total.
If I'm honest I was quite glad that my time in the Solomons was coming to an end, plus Benjamin made 1 or 2 comments that made me feel slightly uncomfortable and everything was just so expensive and slow moving...
... your behalf. Some days later when I finally got into my email, I had an email from this Portal, saying they were really sorry but Chester Resthouse hadn't responded to their emails regarding my booking, so sorry. Not everywhere has phone coverage so of course emails and WiFi are a rarity. Few WiFi hotspots exist (basically they are in the white peoples cafes and hotels) and to access them you need to purchase a pre paid Bumblebee card (which I have). I ...
... started walking with me. I hung back, pretending to look something up in my book but the G man hung back too and asked if I needed help. I just smiled and said I was ok as the taxi driver had given me directions. The group started walking very slowly ahead of me, and the man hung back again to walk alongside me, this time so did 2 of the boys.He asked me where I was going and although I didn't want to tell him I didn't ...
... iron so you can't see what they sell. Inside, the goods are all kept in and behind glass counters, so you can't pick anything up yourself, you have to tell the assistant what you want and they will get it.
OK, perhaps I'm being a bit harsh, so let me tell you that despite just being stared at most of the time, some Islanders did smile and say "hello, afternoon" to me, which was nice, and is still the case now.