* for more logistical details about traveling to Flores check out this blog post.
Blogging about 15 days in any place would be a difficult task. So my creative approach to this challenge is to retell my experience through 15 little anecdotes, which I will post over the next couple of weeks. The anecdotes will cover events that occurred while five PCVs and I backpacked our way through the island of Flores in Indonesia over our schools’ semester break, which coincided with the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. The stories will not follow chronological order, but they did happen and well, linear time is overrated anyways.
At first I had the idea of writing a song “15 Days in Flores” set to the tune of “12 Days of Christmas.” That song has been written throughout the course of our travels, but it must be adapted for blog form. This is that adaptation.
As the first of the fifteen, this post is a point of reference with an introduction to the Flores Crew:
and a timeline of all the places we hit in chronological order:
Please refer to this post for orientation if there’s any confusion on the following stories.
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Was going to save this until then end, but I’m too impatient. I’ve got one word to describe your trip…..”Epic!” ;o) Looking forward to reading all about it.
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hy im indonesian and i like ur blog
Wow it must be a great adventure to spend 15 days in flores! Did you also visit the three islets that’s said to be hidden paradise of flores? I read about it in http://www.jakpost.travel. Anyway nice article!
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