Trekking Comments

Hi if you have any comments to make about this site or your experiences trekking East Timor, click the comments link and add your comment at the bottom of the pages.

 

8 Responses to “Trekking Comments”

  1. Heather Says:

    John -congratulations on the site – it looks great and is easy to use. Lots of interesting material – makes me want to go back to ET soon!

  2. Simon Whitehead Says:

    John,

    Fantastic site, its great to see this resource available to all.

    My wife is from Quelicai (just below Mt Matebian) and we are planning on setting up walking tours/guesthouse in the near future to explore this region.

    If you are in in Timor drop me a line and it would be good to meet up.

  3. Nicholas Says:

    John congratulations!
    I’m from TL but I ignore many things. Your journey to Matebian give me time to look back those terrible months of 1978 where many people lost their lives and we the “survivours” living there as a alien in our on country.

  4. judy Says:

    Dear John
    Thank you for this great site. I’m currently organising a 30 day trip to TL. Our first leg will be a 5 day stay in Oecussi. From the Lonely Planet book I’ve gleaned a few things to do – out to Lifau and across to Oesilo but I need some more ideas. Any ideas on shorter and less arduous walking trips (up to several hours duration) than the ones you’ve already suggested as I’m not fit enough to carry an overnight back pack? And I’d appreciate hearing about some guides if they are different from those listed on your site.
    Also, can you give us details of a place to stay at maybe Pasa Tono and Oesilo and any other places you suggest to overnight at?
    Also, would we need to hire transport to reach these places or could be do it on public transport?
    (We are two older females)

  5. JohnB Says:

    Hi Judy
    For up to date info email Herminio Leland in the contact list
    I think you could comfortably walk the first section of the trek to Cutete then return down to Oecussi town in a day. This takes in some great views.
    Small microlet buses travel the main roads of Oecussi.
    Have a great trip John

  6. Steve Says:

    John -congratulations on the site – it looks great and is easy to use. Lots of interesting material – makes me want to go back to ET soon!

  7. Emily Says:

    Hi Judy
    For up to date info email Herminio Leland in the contact list
    I think you could comfortably walk the first section of the trek to Cutete then return down to Oecussi town in a day. This takes in some great views.
    Small microlet buses travel the main roads of Oecussi.
    Have a great trip John

  8. Amy Says:

    John -congratulations on the site – it looks great and is easy to use. Lots of interesting material – makes me want to go back to ET soon!

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