|Ligaya in Indonesia|
Indonesia is a huge country. There are some 17,000 islands. It is a bit of a bureaucratic nightmare to visit the country, but once there the rewards are great. It is very rare to see another yacht, and in some of the places we visited, it was obvious that the inhabitants had rarely seen white people before. They were as fascinated with us as we were with them.
Please click on the links below to see some of the places we went to in Indonesia.
Kupang - West Timor
Adonara - a small remote island near Flores
Batu Boga - a bay on the north coast of Flores
Labuan Bajo - a small port on the west end of Flores.
Komodo - land of the dragons
Gili Sulat - a small village on the east coast of Lombok
Gili Trawangan - a little island off the north west coast of Lombok
Bali - a trip into the mountains of Bali
Pura Ulun Danu Bratan - perhaps the most famous temple on Bali
Mount Batur - a trek up Bali's most active volcano
Pura Hulundanu Batur - another temple, but off the tourist track
Mount Agung - an attempt on Bali's highest volcano
Gili Air - traditional boat bulding on a small island near Bali
Teluk Batagulung - a remote village on the south coast of Lombok
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