Ba’a, Rote’s commercial centre, is a sleepy port town that snakes south along the island’s west coast among banyan trees, and banana and coconut groves. The fast ferry and flights land here. Some houses have curious boat-shaped thatched roofs. The town doesn’t offer enough of a reason to linger, although the coast from the ferry port at Pantai Baru south to Ba’a is sparsely populated and has some superb beaches.
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