Monthly Archives: November 2010
Flores is a cacophony of cultures. It is roughly divided along five ethnic groups, but in reality there are many more. Traditions and customs vary across very short distances, and often people from one village cannot clearly communicate in their … Continue reading
Do to an unfortunate ommission caused by the hot weather, rain, volcanoes, and an excess of relaxation, the post about Komodo was lacking in one of its most famous inhabitants. Here come the dragons.
Wyobrazcie sobie taka sytuacje: jestescie sobie dobrym Chrzescijaninem w Ruteng na Flores. Chodzicie co niedziele do kosciola, dajecie na tace, posylacie dzieci do Pierwszej Komunii itepe. Wasze datki sa wieksze niz waszych sasiadow, bo jestescie dosc bogatym wlascicielem lokalnego moteliku. … Continue reading
1. Jakis Indonezyjczyk (JI) : Hello Mister! Weronika : Hello. 2. JI: Gdzie idziesz? W : Tam. JI: OK 3. JI : Skad jestes? W: Polandia JI: OK 4. JI: Polandia ma taka sama flage jak Indonezja tylko bialo czerwona, … Continue reading
What an amazing five days it has been. We’ve were floating around in the Komodo islands archipelago on a very nice boat. We had warm fresh water to shower in, which does not seem like a big deal, but it … Continue reading
We are in a small port town of Labuan Bajo on Flores in Indonesia, not far away from the Komodo islands. Last night, we saw one of the most dramatic sunsets ever, and it looks like there will be plenty … Continue reading