Snapshot in Time: Enjoying East Timor’s Quiet Corner

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More than worth the long schlepp from Dili, Watabo offers visitors to East Timor solitude, deserted beaches, a handy little tiki bar and a glorious insight into Timorese rural life.

With plenty of scope for exploration amongst the palm tree-laden interior and miles upon miles of glistening sand, travellers can expect a peaceful stay and friendly ‘boa tarde’ (‘good afternoon’) as they soak up the quiet calm of a country all too often left off many Southeast Asian itineraries.

NB: Watch out for falling coconuts lest ye be brained. This writer speaks from bitter experience.

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