Kefamenanu (also known as Kefa) is a city of 200000 inhabitants in the centre of West Timor at 370m of altitude. It's a regional centre, with banks, hotels and shops and a good base from which to explore the villages in the area. At the outskirts of Kefamenanu lies Maslete, a traditional village consisting of some huts. The only inhabitant seems to be an old lady, the village chief who still lives in the main hut and receives tourists who visit the place.
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