Flores Sare Hotel
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- Free parking
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... are continually waving and saying hello, especially when exhausted. I don't want to be rude so try to keep up the momentum, especially for the kids. They get so excited. Today I noticed a change in the overall appearance of the locals as we move east. I'm seeing much more curly and wavy hair and broader noses. I was told it is because we are moving closer to West Papua and Papua New Guinea. Every island is so similar in many ways yet ...
... homestay, Gong Segara, only 5 mins from the airport and had my usual problem with the taxi drivers at the airport. Bali domestic terminal looks different every time I visit due to the rebuild! Bluebird Taxis, the only reliable and honest ones, are not allowed to pick up from the domestic terminal any more as there is a new government "airport taxi" service installed there now! Twice the price of Bluebird, I had no choice but to get one. It was so nice to see ...
... humid and I almost passed out and had to be carefully guided out by the ranger. I think it was because I was suffering from dehydration and lack of sleep the night before because the air conditioner had broken in our room.
In the afternoon George visited "Love Hill" for some spectacular vistas of volcanic islands. I remained behind because of exhaustion. The sunset pictures and cloud formations were spectacular.
... an area to sleep, cook, and eat; the next area is covered on three sides and has a roof and is used as a meeting area, which is also where the TVs usually seem to be; last is a porch which is covered on top and is used for rest and relaxation.
Throughout all three villages, we saw macadamia nuts left out to dry on the ground and as we walked by we heard them crackling in the sun as they dried. There were also lots of beetle nuts which the locals chew on. We saw ...
... for a free meal, not that they get fed anymore.
On our way back to Labuan Bajo we stopped at Pink Beach for more snorkelling. The beach has a pink tinge to it due to the bits of red coral in the sand. The coral here was really amazing, it might even rival the Great Barrier Reef. There was so much of it, all different colours, and lots of fish too. We saw some really cool blue Starfish and loads of Clownfish. We snorkelled into the beach and were just ...