Bajo Komodo Eco Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... apparently to where the current wasn’t as strong) and his dad had stayed to fight with it, coming back to shore about 15 minutes after me.
We hadn’t seen anything interesting and got back into the speed boat a little despondent - it had not been a successful snorkel session. We got back to the main ship/boat and were greeted with cool face clothes and juice again, quite delicious.
I then sat and blogged for a bit while ...
... ever we didn’t like onto someone elses plate and they in turn dumped what ever they didn’t like, but we did onto ours. Then its rub a dub dub, until the hot food arrived. My milk turned out to be condensed, which was a bit too much sugar so early in the morning, so I ended up eating the bits on top with the plain yoghurt and strawberries. I was full anyway, so it wasn’t a huge disaster, just a bit of a waste.
Wafiki was waiting for ...
It took two flights to get us to the island of Flores, our next destination in Indonesia, where banana, cocoa, mango, papaya and vanilla trees dominate the landscape, giving it a paradisical feel. Our very basic plan was to arrive at the east side of the island and travel the 200 mile "trans Flores highway", arriving in the western side of the island a few days later. Simple!
Our first (self inflicted) issue was that we lost Faye's passport. Worse still we ...
... within swimming distance of land most of the time. After paying our 100,000 Rp park entrance fee we cast off heading towards Pulau Tiga.
Our boat was fairly slow and was only running on 1 of its 2 engines so the journey took about 30 mins which gave Ange some time to top up her tan at the bow. We arrived at a beautiful palm fringed strip of white sand set against a vivid turquoise glassy sea and were all itching to jump in. Bobby dropped us off ...
... others is that Raja Empat and Komodo National Park (where we were) have the best diving in Indonesia, if not the world.
Lunch was served on the boat between these dives. Throughout the day, bananas, crackers, tea and water were available, but for lunch there was steamed rice (of course), tempe, unknown meat in spicy sauce and steamed mixed veggies. I think Rick and I had been trying to drink so much water to stay hydrated we actually weren't very hungry at lunch. ...