Bajo Komodo Eco Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBajo Komodo Eco Lodge Flores
We couldn't have been happier with our stay at the Bajo Komodo Ecolodge. From the time we arrived, Maria welcomed us warmly and made sure we were well-fed and comfortable at all times. She organized wonderful snorkeling, scuba-diving, and Komodo walking tours for us, and we had an amazing time on all of these excursions. Our guide, Arman, was patient, kind, and extremely knowledgeable about the islands, animals, and plants in Flores. He answered all of our questions and took great care of us on all of the activities. We are so grateful for his guidance, as well as the support of Ma
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For our last stop in Indonesia, we traveled to Kelimutu, a city made famous in East Flores for its mystical, "three crater lakes."The lakes change color each day, and even scientists cannot truly discern the reason for the coloration. As teachers, we were naturally peaked by this natural mystery, so we added on a few days to our Indonesian trip to …
Upon our arrival to the Komodo Ecolodge in the city of Labuon Bajo, Flores, we were blown away by the beauty of the island and its harbor. From the airplane, Flores is just one island among many scattered ones on the Eastern half of Indonesia. Like the Galapagos, the islands host a wide variety of animals and plants, including the famous Komodo …
... 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 ...