Over there. My answer is the same one that you get from any Filipino when you where something is.
3 Answers · Travel · 14/12/2011
Presidente Nicolau Lobato International Airport is in Dili: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presidente_Nicolau_Lobato_International_Airport
1 Answers · Travel · 05/03/2007
Try worldatlas.com or lonelyplanet.com. Also, try to buy a lonelyplanet guide book or map book. These are available online or at bookstores.
3 Answers · Travel · 11/05/2007
What is your question? Those are in SE Asia.
2 Answers · Travel · 11/04/2008
It is pretty much the same as it is today. Tourism is never high in the agenda of the government then and now, and with the limited access, unstable government and unreliable lodging, accomodation and tourist spots, it is in a pretty sorry state right now unfortunately.
4 Answers · Travel · 17/11/2007
Yes, its Dili. Don t believe? Visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dili.
3 Answers · Travel · 18/11/2008
Dear Ahmad, Citizens of most nations enter Singapore for up to 30 days visa-free -- so there's no need to get a visa in most cases -- and 30 days is more than enough to see all the sights you could possibly imagine in...
2 Answers · Travel · 11/09/2012
Corruption is a big one. I mean, even if you're a company that wants to build a school in Laos, you'll still have to bribe people. Charity...and you're still bribing people. Another big thing is people there will complain, but wont' do...
3 Answers · Travel · 10/02/2008
i look every inch like a filipina (from the philippines). short, brown and beautiful.
3 Answers · Travel · 16/03/2010
Its about 3.5 miles from Dili center to the big statue of Christ that looks out over Cape Fatucama.
1 Answers · Travel · 14/09/2006