Flores and Komodo 18 -30 Sep


We have experienced so much since we left Perth on 1 August that it is hard to put it all in perspective,  Our plans have changed as a result of the experiences we have had, the people we have met and the advice we have received from the people we have met along the way.
Most significantly they have come from a decision to stop travelling and start holidaying:

17 Sep   Krako Atoll
19 Sep   Tanjung Gedong
20 Sep   Wodong
21 Sep   Batu Boga West
22 Sep   Riung
24 Sep   Lingeh Bay
25 Sep   Gili Bodo
26 Sep   Sebayor Kecil
27 Sep   Labuan Bajo
28 Sep   Komodo
29 Sep   Loh Gebah

....is just too much too quick.

While the scenery has been beautiful it is the smiles, the friendliness and the willingness to share experiences of the people we have met that has impressed us the most.

Young Girls Playing on a Stone Beach

Dive Resort at Wodong

Another Beautiful View

One of the Many Phinisi Boats Along the Coast

The Stunning Scenery continues

Batu Boga West - One of the Most Beautiful Locations We Stayed at

Another Beautiful Child Full of Personality

After a Hill Climb at Batu West We had Great Views to Appreciate
But Better Memories of the Children Who Guided us
We also then met their parents and others over some coconut juice on the beach.

Another Sublime Sunrise from our Boat as we Depart Batu West

Don't Know if  we Should Be Happy or Worried!

Three Young girls on Their Mobiles











Trying to Identify The Important Indonesian Phrases


Sigh!

Linda's Pumpkin Scones (Yum)

Another Brilliant Sunset to Remember, this time at Sebayor Kecil

..a Different View

It's Not All beer and Skittles.  Leak Through the Rudder Stock.
"More an Inconvenience than a Concern" he says

Komodo Dragon

Another Tanjung (Cape)

The Cloud Formations Over Volcanic Mountains Along the Coast Are Impressive





Comments

  1. Gorgeous photos! Those sunsets look amazing!

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  2. Definitely too fast. Were you with the rally? or trying to catch up. We were with the rally leaving Darwin July 2016, and we had time for a few days in each official stop with some day sails in between.

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    1. Catherine, we were on our own. We left Perth on 1 Aug aiming to get to Langkawi by Christmas, hence the pace. It is now April and we will be in Indonesia until August.

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