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

      Mission Impossible

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

      2 comments, 51 photos

      ... practiced and met very friendly people wherever we went. I visited weaving villages, pottery villages, cocoa villages, illegal Arak making villages (great fun), a fabulous orphanage and witnessed so much in those two days (totally exhausting!). Hiro was great, he knew exactly what I wanted to see....the real people of Flores and the beauty of the surroundings. The only organised part of the trip, which we had to book for, was to visit a traditional Ikat ...

      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 ...

      Which Way to Bajawa? (Indonesia)

      A travel blog entry by usatexan on May 18, 2014

      55 photos

      I got off the van bus at the dusty intersection. There is not a sign saying Bajawa, but the driver is saying something and pointing. He wants me off the bus. I look around at the Indonesians on board and say "Bajawa?" a few times. They all nod their heads and repeat "Bajawa". But, there are only a couple of old buildings here, not a town. The driver was supposed to let me off at a place to stay that Billy told him to take me to. I get off the bus (careful of the ...

      Traditional Villages

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Mar 05, 2014

      11 photos

      We really had a happy stay during our two nights at Happy Happy Hotel in Bajawa! Our first night we found a restaurant and enjoyed a good meal. Jason's throat has been a little sore so he ordered chicken soup and while it was good, it definitely wasn't like either of our mom's chicken soups, but it did the trick to help his throat. Back at the hotel, we arranged with Alfons, the hotel manager and guide to take us to traditional villages the next day.

      Breakfast ...

      Bajawa, Indonesia: See ya Later Dutchies

      A travel blog entry by samber on Jan 21, 2014

      ... be one of those isotype** sport drink things but tasted more like the stuff hospitals give you to empty your bowels. Our second bus ended up leaving early too which was good. Once again, plenty of leg room and we managed to retain all three seats for the duration of the journey. On this leg the clouds lifted and we were able to catch glimpses of the breathtaking view as we wound our way up and over passes through thick jungle and rice fields. Ginormous thickets of ...