Bajo Komodo Eco Lodge
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... both glad we didn't eat more once the compression of the water in our 3rd dive set in. Also, after the 3rd dive they had donuts which were amazingly fresh and delicious!
Dive 3- This easy dive was suppose to be our first dive of the day but due to a change in currents it was decided to make it our last. It was totally different than the first two dives, but just as wonderful. Though if you forced me to choose, I would X this dive if I could only do 2 from ...
I had a sudden urge when I was in Borneo to visit my friendly family in Flores. They email me every week and on my last visit to Flores I didn't actually manage to see the east of the island. I had my Indonesian visa already so it was a shame to waste it! I hopped a plane from Pontianak in Indonesian Borneo (Kelimantan) to Bali, via Jakarta! Back in bloomin Bali again, my 4th time there (or possibly 5th, I can't remember!) I stayed overnight again at the ...
... to symbolize the unity of men and women in creation. That was followed by women dancing a traditional dance...and then all of us joining in. That was followed by the bamboo dance. We also saw how the local coffee was ground, how local macadamia nuts were shelled and how the local sarongs and shawls were woven.
It was a beautiful afternoon.
We returned for lunch in Labuan Bajo for some fine pizza.
... even from the outside. The distinct rock formation offered us panoramic views of the coast. Inside we found that the sun shines through a hole in the rock, the reflection of its rays on the slick rock surfaces creates a dazzling light show throughout the tunnel. As we made our way through the various pre-chambers of the cave, we encountered colonies of bats which make their home here and a spider as big as my hand. The cave was ...
... trudging along towards it. There was a film crew documenting the whole thing, although i doubt the scene would make the final cut. I thought maybe the deer was injured and was about to get bitten, but it waited for the dragon to get about 20 metres away and then got up and nonchalantly trotted away, excitement over.
We both agreed we preferred seeing the dragons on Komodo as we saw them in their natural environment rather than just gathered around the ...