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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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... at the homestay and got lots of free cups of tea and a lift to the airport the next morning for my flight to Maumere in the east of Flores. The plane was delayed 2 hours leaving me time to have a breakfast in the departure lounge (no choice of food once you have paid the departure tax and gone through immigration!) so I had a grotty floppy chicken sandwich and 2 really good coffees until they announced my departure at last. Of course the flight was ...
... up around 7 a.m. and should have arrived in Labaunbajo around 5 p.m., but I got there closer to 9 p.m. It was the worse trip I have done yet, and the only one I really would not want to do again. The smoke and the cargo and the live animals and the crowded seating made for a terrible journey.
Back in Laubanbajo, I made plans to catch the plane that would take me to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and then Siem Reap, Cambodia.
NEXT: THE UGLINESS OF WAR!
... br> Dinner was at a very good Italian restaurant where George had ravioli and chocolate mousse. I missed these in order to get some much needed rest and sleep.
Our local guide ion Flores and for Komodo And Rinca Islands was Thomas and he was great. he spoke excellent English, was helpful, knowledgeable, and had a wonderful sense of humor. If you are interested, contact me and I will send you his email address.
... angels, clown, butterfly, parrot, damsel, electric blues, giant purple and blue lipped clams. The second island was nice but with the weather coming in, and really wanting to get to the last island, we only stayed for a quick walk up the beach. The first drops started to fall as soon as we stepped foot onto the stretch of sand on the third island. Within about 15 minutes the wall of grey had blanketed everything and it was pouring down. We splashed about in ...
... had a little bit of time on land. When we entered the park, almost immediately we saw a really little Komodo dragon. It was about 1 year old we were told. Apparently the dragons live in trees for the first five years of life, so this was a rare sight. Near the kitchen and camp site for the guides, there were about 6 or 7 dragons (of course). Then we walked further into the island. At the top of one of the hills, we met a dragon coming down and heading for ...