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... but I have found out that the currents and weather this time of year are too unpredictable and the boats don't start that route until into February. Our plan now is to hop a local ferry over to the Island of Lombok and slowly make our way by ferry and shuttle bus eastward to the island of Flores and make arrangements to get to Komodo from there. We still have about 25 days on our visa so lots of time. (I'm writing this the morning we ...
Day 1018 We start in Melbourne. Home of the world famous Crown Casino. Where we spent most of our twelve hour layover between Fiji and Indonesia. This place is a massive gaming complex and poker fans know it's the home of the Aussie Millions. Our plane got in at around ten, we got to the casino around eleven. We took the shuttle bus from the airport to the terminal and the casino was a quick walk from there. Oh and we were cold after getting used to the tropical ...
... motorized vehicles, no television, only-occasional WiFi, frequent power outages, no places to shop beyond the tiny local market. When it’s discovered how long I’ve spent there, a common set of questions is: “But don’t you get bored? What do you do all day?”
As the barber shop Italian pointed out to Julia, Americans are pretty bad at doing nothing. In our frenzied everyday lives if we want time to do nothing we generally need to schedule it in; so ...
... As there are no cars here we had to catch a house and cart to our hotel. Quite a bumpy ride and i felt sorry for the poor little horses. Here we have had lunch and dinner at seaside restaurants, watched the sunset over Bali, enjoyed a seafood BBQ (well I watched) and swam and drink beers by the hotel pool. That's a lot to fit into one ...
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So with that I settled into Hill View Homestay in my own room, with small terrace and with an attached bathroom. The luxury of an attached bathroom only goes so far as it was a hole in the floor and a broken shower head with the coldest shower I have had to date, but it was all mine baby. So after some conversations with the owner I was being driven back into town to his ...