Flores Sare Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... sat around reading, tanning and chatting. We were all getting pretty hungry and appeared to be waiting for the family to arrive. Edd had (another) word and we were served lunch before they did; it was a bit ridiculous to expect everyone to sit and starve until 2 people arrived.
We were given prawn tempura as a starter (the best Edd and I have ever had); the family, which actually consisted of a father and his 12 year old daughter, arrived as ...
... the reception area and we all climbed into the minivan for the 1.5 hour drive to the airport, we were catching a flight to Flores at 11.00am. We were dropped off at arrivals, but walked through it to departures and had to show our itinerary to prove we actually needed to go inside - if you weren’t catching a flight, you had no business in the airport building, as it turned out.
We found the Geruda Air desks and I showed the check in lady our ...
... this once we'd boarded the airport shuttle bus to the nearest town. So after what must be the shortest journey anyone has ever made on a bus ever, we unloaded our bags and quickly shuffled our way back past airport security in the hope that 1) we'd left the passport on the plane and 2) that the plane was still at the airport. An anxious 15 minute wait at the lost and found desk later and we had the passport back (it was in the seat pocket) and were ready to try leaving ...
... end of the reef then motored to the opposite and we spent a good 30 mins making our way back down to meet the boat, checking out the wide variety of tropical fish on display. Once we got to the boat we decided to walk back up the beach and do it again we enjoyed it that much! There was loads of different corals down there, including lots of blue and purple stag-horn type stuff, which lots of the little fish liked to hide in. We also saw some quite big ...
... cards and a couple beers under the tree on the beach. Just like last night we were pleasantly reminded of home as the sky is very clear and allowed for great viewing of the stars.
Now it is almost 10pm. Rick is next to me already asleep in our mosquito net, or as we call it our "cocoon of solace". I'll be asleep soon enough and tomorrow we essentially repeat today, but in three new spots and hopefully see a new set of species to add our quickly growing ...