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We last left off having just arrived in Flores. We flew from Jogjakarta to Denpasar and then onto Labuanbajo in …
Today was our first full day on the island of Kanawa in Komodo National Park. Yesterday was technically the start of our vacation but we woke up at 3:15am to get on two flights. Our first flight was to Denpasar, Bali but with a pit stop in Palembang. Then we flew from Bali to Labuan Bajo/Komodo. From there we tried to find an ATM since we foolishly forgot to exchange USD we had in the Bali airport. To our dismay the first ATM we stopped at only took MasterCard (which we have ...
... done and we were off! The island was only one and a half hours away and the view back to Flores as we sailed was fabulous. Huge volcanos (active Mt Egon the largest) looming over lush green tropical forests with sandy beaches backed with mango or palm trees, ah, heaven. We were in the most beautiful aqua marine coloured sea where you could see the bottom of the sea bed clearly and nearing the little tropical island when... chug, chug stop! What?...NO, please, ...
... run by nice people and had cold Bintang so after downing a few of those I edged away from being on the brink of tears and suffering from tourette like tendencies. Time slipped by, music blarred, beers evaporated and the ****** day ended on a merry note. The weather wasn't that great for the rest of the time we were there. We tried to hire a motorbike but were met with s******s and "yeah sure, for 200,000". As if, you could probably buy a bike for 200,000. ...
... and another nice pond like pool. These all lead down to
the river. Next to it is an eye sore of a concrete swimming pool. We
walked straight past, across the muddy field area and through
down to a river. There we fell upon our own private oasis. It was
gorgeous with small waterfalls and open pools. The water was quite
steaming but it did not stop us from soaking in there for 3 hours
uninterrupted until we had truly turned prune like.