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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Wisata Flores
Fairly ordinary business hotel, nothing fancy mid range slightly expensive but it did the job
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Feb 3, 2007
Today we take the local bus to Labuan Bajo which is at the western end of Flores. There's some things we've noticed about the local buses which might be helpful to share. Of course there is the obvious discomfort of seats made for smaller bodies, but it is not too bad if you squirm around every few minutes to keep …
... eating our main course. They introduced themselves and then joined us for lunch.
We moped around for most of the afternoon and then went for another snorkel at 4pm. We were taken to relatively the same spot, but we went around the small island instead; Edd’s mum was dropped off on the beach where she waited for us while we went exploring.
The current was really strong again, but going in the right direction, so we just floated ...
... the honeymooners. There was apparently a family joining us the next day and we wondered if it was going to be like on the Lakehouse - screaming 2 year old at 4 in the morning. We hoped not, these cabins were much closer together.
We had lunch, which was delicious, while the boat was moving and then had a briefing afterwards about safety, who everyone was, and what the POA was. Apparently we were picking people up the next day, which was a bit odd ...
... again. We may be arguing until the day we die about who actually left the passport on the plane!
Our luck continued the following day when Richard, the driver we'd spent some time negotiating an itinerary and price package with the previous day, showed up late and knackered looking and told us he'd had to take his wife to hospital that morning with malaria! The poor soul was still going to take us on our three day trip! After a very brief discussion along the lines ...
... my name is.... etc". Fantastic! I was taken round by all of the staff and had many photos taken with the children and them. So many orphanages I had seen on my travels were appalling, some not even having bare essentials like soap, so seeing SOS made me so happy. We passed, and stopped, at some beautiful beaches, some with black sand (volcanic) and some with white sand. We talked with fishermen, came across a traditional Longhouse by one beach in a tiny ...