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... the first bit then it was light enough to see. There was thunder and lightning in the distance and big mobs of clouds around but it was clear over us and we could get a great clear view of the lakes. We followed the track right up to the highest point and huddled around with hoodies on waiting for the light to get good piccies. The lakes are quite fascinating, they change colours quite frequently and can be from white to blue to black. One of ...
... talking and for $70 NZD per day we could hire him to take us across Flores stopping at places along the way. So within minutes we had a 5 day itinerary sorted which included stops in Bajawa, Riung, Moni and Maumere.
Stoked that we had a plan in place we did some quick internet admin to book Christmas accommodation in Maumere before meeting back up with Jimmy at midday. Off we went, Jimmy’s car was comfy and had AC and was pure luxury compared to the public ...
... to swim around the entire section which made it seem as though you were at an aquarium exhibit.
Naturally, Rick and I are thoroughly impressed and pleased with everything we got to see. We were thinking it would just be us newbies with this feeling but at the end of the day our guide/divemaster said we were super lucky, he had only seen white tip reef sharks a handful of times and that was his closest encounter with both the Manta Rays and a Moray eel. ...
... two gifts inside, a clay bird cum bowl and another cup! This meant so much, such generosity. I gave my two gorgeous little cleaner girls these when I left the hotel! As we passed an orphanage I shouted "stop" in Hiro's now very deaf left ear, and met the people there. This particular organisation is wonderful, called SOS Childrens' Villages Indonesia. There are 9 in total throughout Indonesia and they give care, education and health to orphaned kids. This ...
... in Flores, because of the elevation.
We visited the small tribe called Luba. There are only 70 that live in the village and they don't have any electricity. I walked around the village and looked at the bamboo and grass huts the people lived in. Some women were weaving scarfs and things in beautiful colors. The dyes all come from plants in the jungle. They mix and match the colors to create other colors. There are no men or boys in the village today, ...