Auki Lodge

P.O. Box 9, Auki, Malaita Island, Solomon Islands | Lodge
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Accommodation in Auki

A travel blog entry by timjb

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Auki is the capital of Malaita, the island to the north of Guadalcanal. It is a short hop by air or you can take the express boat. Using local air travel is a really good way to get around, though the schedule can change at very short notice. Planes are usually full so book ahead. The roads vary according to season but there is not much traffic and …

Paradise on Earth

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke

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... on the flight and it was a tiny 8 seater plane. We sat right behind the pilot a huge islander who looked like mike tyson driving a mini behind the controls of the plane. In a slightly disturbing glance I noticed a number of the dials didn't work but apparently it was all good. We only had a 30min flight from Honiara down to Marau Sound. The flight was like a scenic tour we got lovely views of the heavily forested & mountainous main island which was populated with ...

Centre of the Soloman Islands

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke

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We arrived in Honiara after an easy 3hrs flight from Brisbane and headed straight into Honiara. Honiara is like most capitals very busy, dirty, chaotic & awesome. Honiara is the centre of government and where all the business, embassys, hotel & expats live along with a large proportion of the soloman islanders. There's nothing to love in regards to architecture or natural scenery in Honiara, it's a functional working city and the hub to get to everywhere else in ...

Paradise in hell

A travel blog entry by michael.just

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... seen too many white people in their lives – at lest by the look of it. This was followed by trekking uphill through fields and pinapple plantation. At the top of the mountains we reached the jungle edge and started quite an eery walk through the jungles of Guadalcanal running into old foxholes, ammunition and undetonated bombs . One thing we did not find however was mosquitos, which still amazes me. Arriving to the waterfall was beautiful ...

Planes, Trains & Automobiles....not

A travel blog entry by just_two_of_us

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More like Tanks, Boats and War Memorials

I haven't tok tok long Betel Nut. It's a nut chewed together with a native black pepper and lime (?). Creates a lovely crimson stain on the users teeth and gums. It's a narcotic and is available everywhere in Honiara and I mean everywhere. 2 out of 3 stall on the roadside are selling Betel Nut and sometimes there are 5 or 6 in a row. It's not illegal although there doesn't seem to ...

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