As a traveller, you better get used to being asked where you are from, as this question comes up early in conversations no matter where you are going in the world. Nevertheless, I was surprised to hear the Indonesian version “dari mana?” constantly when walking down the roads of Labuan […]Read More
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We just read a disturbing story of two dugongs, mother and child, that were kept on a chain in a little cage in shallow waters in Indonesia to be presented to eager tourists who could enter the cage for taking pictures with these endangered animals (selfie mania: stick to yourself!). […]Read More
The only way to explore the water world of Komodo Nationalpark: boat! But it’s more than just a way to travel. We enjoy the view of the islands in the sky before diving into the endless ocean and the sparkling sun on the water when getting back up after another […]Read More
A week ago raining season started in Labuan Bajo. Even though the land in all the Eastern parts of Indonesia badly needed the rain, it does have its downsides. Not only are the clouds blocking our precious sun, but it creates quite some runoff that together with rubbish is being […]Read More
And what a fantastic end it is: Mantas and dragons. We love Komodo!Read More