Le 48, Zen & Happy Rezort
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... opgedwongen maar besluiten het toch te doen. UIteindelijk best leuk om te zien hoe primitief mensen nog kunnen wonen zonder daar moeite mee te hebben. Na de rondleiding gaan we verder terug naar het hotel. Firman onze gids zet ons netjes af en we nemen nog een duik in het zwembad voodat we ons klaar maken voor het avond eten. We hebben uiteindelijk echt heerlijk gegeten weer aan het strand. Dit keer geen Aziatisch eten maar gewoon lekker Mediteraans. Lekker weer vol gegeten gaan we ...
I had a very slow start to the morning, waking up at 8.30am for our free breakfast at the homestay, then not actually getting up till 11am. Every morning the homestay owner asked us what we'd like for breakfast, cooked it and then brought it to us on our private terrace - I couldn't sleep through that! Lucy had decided she was still too ill to dive as she was unable to equalise when coming up to sea level as her ears were blocked. Instead we went to the beach ...
... inside the caldera lake that covers about 20 square miles. The lake catches the hot lava from the volcano and prevents it from reaching the villages at the bottom of the mountain.
We take in the views while waiting for the rest of our group to arrive. We cill camp here tonight. The porters have already arrived and prepared out tents for the night and set up the larger tent they will prepare our meal in and then sleep in themselves.
As the sun sets ...
... and a pool that overlooked the ocean, plus we had a huge room with wall to wall French doors opening to a large deck overlooking a garden and jungle covered hillside. All for $40 Canadian. Like, really? And the staff were beautiful as well. Not real hard to understand why we love it here.
But again, this was just a short stop - not our destination point - which was the remote Komodo Islands. It was here ...
... stretch of coastline was hit hard several years ago by storms eroding away the beaches, many lost land, restaurants on the beach closed as business was difficult with no tourists coming this way for a while. Man made rock protection has since been built to take the beatings from the ocean, and these make great swimming spots, and a place to walk to and
sit in a traditional bale by the water.
Our first few days were rather windy, but it is so ...