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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
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We last left off having just arrived in Flores. We flew from Jogjakarta to Denpasar and then onto Labuanbajo in …
After weighing up my options, factoring in both price and time, i decided the best way to to travel from Bali to Flores was via an internal flight. It was a small bi-propellered plane. These cruise at a much lower altitude than the jet engined models. As a result, i was able to see beautiful aerial views of the many islands that make up Nusa Tenggara, to which Flores is the gateway to. This is the only place in the world where Komodo Dragons live in the ...
... rode across Java with 150 million people on a small island. Total chaos. I heard it was incredibly difficult to pee during the rides. There are no public restrooms and people were everywhere all the time. While it is sweet that children and adults come out and wave and say hello all day long, they really want a wave and hello back. They will keep yelling enthusiastically until they get it. It gets hard to stay energized about it day after day ...
... lived in total squalor, their stilt houses above thick layers of rotten rubbish. When the tide was out it was like living literally on a rubbish tip. There were bamboo poles tied together with bits of string to make wooden bridges to get between the houses and children were swimming in among all of this. Even I was shocked, and that takes a lot! The people were so friendly and wanted me to take photos with their children as I passed through. The village ...
... stranger in Gili T was just what I needed. Gili T is the largest of the 3 islands. I walked around it in 2 hours, including 2 stops in order to wait for the customary Indonesian downpours to stop. When it rains in Indonesia, it really really really rains! I think it rained nearly every day I was in Indonesia no matter what island I was on! One of the coolest things I did was to go on a 3 island snorkeling trip. The return trip was quite an adventure because we ...