I finally had a chance to visit Labuan Bajo, September 4-9, 2010. Yay!
I promised myself to take pictures of Labuan Bajo (Flores, East Nusa Tenggara) as much as i can. And here are my best shot. Enjoy :)
|Almost Touchdown : Labuan Bajo from the top|
|Here is Komodo Airport, Labuan Bajo|
|Wings Air: Yes, it's quite small, but it's safe!|
|Centro Bajo Hotel : It's a beautiful, comfortable and (really) affordable hotel in town! Actually it's my uncle's hotel, so I stayed there 6 days for free, hehehe. Thank you uncle Topenos and Aunt Ivi for the generosity.|
|Bamboo Lamp : One of the corner I love so much at Centro Bajo Hotel|
|One of the view from our one day city trip|
|One of the place to hang out in Saturday night|
|See-through Balcony: You could see the sea and islands through Paradise balcony!|
|We all love Bob Marley!|
|Familiar huh? Kuku Bima Energi, PT. Sido Muncul, has this Bintang Flores Hotel pool in their television commercial advertisement. You can see the detail here.|
|The view behind the pool is way too beautiful.|
|Kids' happy face :)|
|Sunset Signature of Labuan Bajo *melting*|
|Pathway to Goa Cermin or Batu Cermin (Mirror Cave or Mirror Rock)|
|Troops are ready to enter the site! :D|
|You could see white shining rocks here at Mirror Cave or Mirror Rock|
|We had a way to see another beautiful view of Labuan Bajo. All you have to do is park your car anywhere high on the hill and have a walk.|
|Tada! We found this! Stunning :O|
|We had another trip to Pulau Kelor (Kelor Island). I love that wooden boat!|
|Shiny kids in sunny day :)|
|Can you see the small houses on the hill? That is actually bungalows hotel. Cool isn't it?|
|Another bungalows hotel. My uncle said it is owned by a French. Whoa!|
|Finally, Pulau Kelor (Kelor Island), after 1.5 hours in the boat :D|
|I met a foreigner there, he said Labuan Bajo is perfect for diving. No wonder: it has super clear water! :O|
What I love about Labuan bajo:
1. The fresh air, not contaminated with any pollution :)
2. The fresh seafood. Yum, yum..
3. The beach: it has super clear water!
I really hope the government will take the tourism there more seriously, because Labuan Bajo is the main entrance to go to Komodo Island *fingers crossed*.