Hello, hello! :D
I haven’t written for quite sometime now, have I? How are you all doing? I hope you are well and happy :D I am doing okay. I have a back problem, but it’s getting better now after a couple of visits to a physiotherapist. My cat Sandy is also well, he’s becoming more like a forest cat now, a bit aggressive when we play. But, a few bite marks on my arm are fine!
By the way, I just visited Flores Island, an island on the southeast part of Indonesia. It is really beautiful and I really enjoyed my trip there. I also visited Komodo Island, the island of Komodo dragons. I actually saw a couple of them! So, I can now tick off another item from my bucket list :D
Well, I’m just gonna let my photos tell you the story now. If you wish, you can also share your bucket list with me and what’s the next item you want to tick off.
Have a great week ahead!
1. Sunrise on Mount Kelimutu Crater
2. The Bajawa Village Kids
3. Mama Bajawa and Me
4. The Cathedral of Ruteng
5. Spiderweb Rice Fields
In a village called Cara, we can find these uniquely Flores rice fields. They are arranged in a spiderweb pattern and on the center is where the farmers gave offerings to the gods before planting season started.
6. Sunset in Labuhanbajo
7. The View from Fregata Hill, Komodo Island
8. The Komodo Dragon
Last, but definitely not least, the Komodo dragon, unique to Indonesia and only exist in 2 islands: Komodo and Rinca. They are giant lizards that can grow to 3 m long and eat a prey 40 kg in weight.