Timor Lodge Hotel

Address: Comoro Road, Dili, Timor-Leste | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Comoro Road, Dili, is near Cristo Rei and Sundarbans.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Dili

    Feisty Flores and Tricky Timor

    A travel blog entry by paulanddara on Oct 19, 2014

    3 comments, 32 photos

    ... over a 4km cycle off the ferry to our beachside hotel but, having eaten nothing but crisps, coconut biscuits and other assorted **** since our 6am breakfast, we made it about 400 metres before Dara, Chris and I peeled off and stopped at a great-looking restaurant called Mediterraneo for some real food. This turned out to be a great move as the restaurant was open-sided and had a fabulous view over the ocean and nearby islands as the sun set. Another big plus were the fresh fruit ...

    Same back to Dili

    A travel blog entry by datkins506 on Oct 15, 2014

    13 photos

    ... and calling out 'obrigdu' and 'obrigda' as we drove off. At one point Wayne slowed and pulled up the vehicle beside an elderly man walking the road with a stick. He saluted and was taken back when Wayne extended his arm and shook his hand in the gentle handshake favoured here. The old fellow beamed and his eyes brimmed with tears as he looked back at us and down at the Black Kiwi motif and New Zealand Police emblem on the door. Team Policing, Kiwi Style. This ...

    Dili to the districts 1

    A travel blog entry by datkins506 on Oct 13, 2014

    11 photos

    ... and people, passing when there was any sort of straight, accelerating to 40km to overtake. We stopped at Dare to the memorial to the Australia Sparrow force who were based in Timor Leste in the lead up to WW2 and throughout the Japanese occupation of Timor Leste. Some horrendous stories were written up on the suspended story boards, running in chronological order from the late 1930's. The girls went next door to the local school the listen to the children singing ...

    End of part 1

    A travel blog entry by thebes on Aug 17, 2014

    5 photos

    ... experiences. I guess what I learnt about myself is more apt than what I wish I had known. I now realise how lucky I am that I've managed to do something that I find constantly invigorating and adsorbing, so much so that 12 hour days can fly by as long as there are jobs to do. At the same time I've learnt to respect my limits. I used to think I could manage long hours with little to no respite. In the end it's not been the physical tiredness, but the emotional strain that ...


    A travel blog entry by thebes on Jul 23, 2014

    4 photos

    ... streets of Dili with sirens wailing, escorted by a team of helmet clad policemen in equally ostentatious cars. In my first walk along Dili seafront I could not help but notice the omnipresence of policemen, harder not to see the open-topped army vehicles with soldiers bearing grenade launchers and ak47s. I had been under the impression that this country had stepped out of the dark ages and into a war-free independent state, which was confirmed by my landlady (the lovely British ...

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