Bajo Komodo Eco Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... was time for lunch so we found some shade in a nearby tree and used a table and chairs previously left there to lay out our fried rice so we could refuel. Ange was feeling a bit full after lunch so we just went off snorkelling on our own – we needed to swim over reeds and some bleached corals at first but then we were greeted by nobbly orange starfish, purple starfish and we even saw some clownfish (nemo's) hiding in the sea anemones – Hannah ...
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 ...
When he returned, I got onboard and off we went. Bajawa turned out to be several miles away. Why did the bus dump me so far away? He took me to a small hotel to stay, and it turned out to be a good one for a cheap price. I think I was the only foreigner in the place. Later as I walked around the small town, I only saw 4 other foreigners in the whole town. This is not a big tourist destination.
Bajawa is surrounded by forest and ...
... 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 ...
... villages are modern. On our trek from one village to the next, we saw beautiful views of the mountains and the oceans, as well as other villages in the distance throughout the mountains. On many of the roads in Flores, we noticed cows, goats, and horses attached by rope to stakes in the ground. At the beginning of our trek from Beno, we saw a man slicing open coconuts. When we came by, he cut open a new coconut and handed us each some, but of course Jason wouldn't ...