Villa Silverin

Address: Jl Bajawa-Ende, Samping Pura Hindu, Wolokole, Bajawa, Flores, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Jl Bajawa-Ende, Samping Pura Hindu, Wolokole, Bajawa.
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      Travel Blogs from Bajawa

      Volcanic lakes and Blue Pebbles

      A travel blog entry by teenza on Dec 27, 2014

      5 photos

      By 7 am we had climbed a volcano- well driven up to a point then walked up nicely formed stairs to the viewing place on Kelimantu to have a look at the 3 coloured lakes. We flew over the lakes yesterday and got a good view of the two blue green ones but today we also say the one which is a brackish brown colour. We started the day by getting up at just after 4 and were on the track while the sky was just starting to get a bit light, I wore my head ...

      Bajawa bound

      A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Dec 20, 2014

      2 photos

      Hannah and Joe had a lie in this morning whilst Ange went out trying to see if we could stay on an Island just off the coast for a bit of snorkeling. Unfortunately all of the accommodation was booked up so we needed a plan B. An Irish girl called Shirley we met on the Komodo tour gave us the name and number of a driver called Jimmy so we gave him a call and he agreed to meet us at the hotel. The guy is the spitting image of Slash from Guns 'n' Roses and is very chilled out, ...

      Manta on Point!

      A travel blog entry by ccmurray on Sep 21, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... was wonderfully slow, but it really allowed you to swim very close to the reef and coral and see all the tiny creatures living in each crevice. We saw garden eel, shrimp, a moray eel out of his hole completely just swimming 3 ft away along the bottom of the ocean, another couple of turtles and just barely visible on the edge of the reef we spotted a white tip reef shark. The coral here was just as vibrant, but maybe not as numerous yet in certain areas it jutted out and ...

      Mission Impossible

      A travel blog entry by trish.coverdale on Jun 04, 2014

      2 comments, 51 photos

      ... shouting "stop" in his ear by now) and visited a family as I spotted Mama sitting making pots in her yard. No equipment of course, all moulded by hand and the 'kiln' was a basic home made affair, but worked! She was lovely, I was given coffee as per usual, and I felt I wanted to buy something from her so saw a little clay cup which I bought (then gave to Hiro cos it weighed a ton!) She was so delighted I bought something from her that when I left she gave me a ...

      The Tribes of Bajawa (Indonesia)

      A travel blog entry by usatexan on May 19, 2014

      84 photos

      All the people in Bajawa belong to a tribe. They are close knit units and a person remains a member of their tribe all their life. When a man marries he goes to live in the tribe of the wife, but returns with his wife and family on holidays to his own tribe and family.

      The motorbike taxi man that took me on a tour of the village tribes the next day turned out to be a good guide with good English skills. There's no wifi here and I learn Bajawa is the ...