Sanalae Apartments

Address: Panatina Ridge, Honiara, Solomon Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Panatina Ridge, Honiara.
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    Another Relaxing Day - Beginning of the Deluge

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Mar 09, 2015

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    ... bought them. I went to another souvenir shop and looked around, then I went to the pharmacy and the man who ran the place offered me $6 SD apiece (total about $1.50 US - a little less than half of what I asked at the other place - doubling what I expected - so I was happy). Mostly, I just didn't want to carry them around but the thought of actually getting money for them was appealing.

    I briefly considered checking out ...

    Sunday Stroll along Honiara Jetties

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Mar 08, 2015

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    ... of a question because I could only think of two places, maybe, to go: the Mendana Hotel for sushi or the Kokonut Cafe for the ambiance and maybe some lunch. I wasn't into sushi for some reason - maybe the lunch serving time at the restaurant is too early - so that left the Kokonut Cafe. I ordered a pineapple-coconut-lime juice, or #1 as the girl at the counter suggested. I hadn't seen any food on the signs above the ...

    Excursions on Savo Island - Solomon Islands

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Mar 07, 2015

    62 photos

    ... too. One family had a pretty big plot of the trees. Joel said they usually spent one day a week maintaining the plot - picking up leaves, etc. The people sold the dried copra - a 70 k bag would get them - I have forgotten now how much they got per k - somehow I was thinking it was over a dollar US per k (or was it pound?).

    After the barest of climbs, but a path that was tricky because it had a slippery slope at times - we reached the volcano, or ...

    WWII Tour and Journey to Savo Island

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Mar 06, 2015

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    ... it was very peaceful up on one of the hills fought over by the Japanese & US. This was one where the Japanese were cut down from 6000 to 3000 men. We saw a US command tunnel - one of four built into the ground - this one to house communications. There was also a little museum of old planes, engines, gun emplacements, etc - all mostly looking like junk - outside the Mbetikama carving shop. Hmmm, we went to the American memorial ...

    Misadventure on way to the Botanical Garden

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Mar 05, 2015

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    ... about the Solomon Islands - nothing to do, very expensive. She says that the King Solomon is the only hotel that does not charge for internet and it is very expensive at the other hotels. We commiserated with each other on the high cost of everything here. To me, it seems that the costs are high for everyone. I am sure that many local people cannot afford to go to the more upscale restaurants but grocery store food is not cheap either. I suppose ...