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  • Flores(People with older Operating Systems and Browsers may get a blank 'Travel map', click/right-click for a Static Map (https://photos.travellerspoint.com/6609/large_flores2020.jpg)). Posted by joffre in itinerant traveller | Apr 7, 2020
  • Flores, GuatemalaWe have been in Flores, Guatemala for 3 days and I have had a great experience here. There is a lot of motorcycles and people walking the streets, we happened to come on the day of one of the Posted by JEK in Travelling with a teen.. | Nov 14, 2016
  • Flores & TikalIt took 11 hours, 2 border crossings and a flat tire to go from Chetumal, Mexico, to Flores in Guatemala. I travelled with a company called Marlin Espada, which worked really well. The border crossings were the easiest I've ever Posted by Jekkers in Jennie's Travel Blog | Dec 25, 2015
  • ...And then the ATM stole our money!?!Yep this actually happened! But more on that shortly... We sadly left Caye Caulker and made it to Belize City. It was an hour wait for our shuttle but to be honest with our red hot sunburn that hour felt Posted by chellebelle in Nil Responsibilities 'Til 30 | Jul 8, 2015
  • Nusa Tenggara(People with older Operating Systems and Browsers may get a blank 'Travel map', click/right-click for a Static Map (https://photos.travellerspoint.com/6609/large_NusaTenggara2015.jpg)). [map=6995 Posted by joffre in itinerant traveller | Sep 2, 2015
  • Time for TikalSurprise, surprise, this new adventure kicks off with yet another ridiculously long bus ride! Always trying to see the positives in life, I was counting my lucky stars that it wasn't another 5am start, the bus was not full and Posted by melpage in Not all those who wander are lost... | Jan 5, 2015
  • WALKING ACROSS BORDERSWith a much shorter journey on our plate, we were able to sleep in a little, relax, drink the wonderful Guatemalan coffee and explore the island of Flores. We both woke shortly after seven and took our time having breakfast Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Jul 15, 2014
  • TIKAL ME ELMO......Greetings from Flores, Guatemala and our final stop before crossing into Belize tomorrow. We have had an incredibly long but rewarding day traveling and visiting Tikal, one of the largest archaeological sites and urban centers of the pre-Columbian Maya ci Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Jul 14, 2014
  • 30 Hours on a Pelni FerryBefore this trip, Colin a talked to me about taking a Pelni from Flores to Sulawesi and I had read up on it on a few travel blogs. Still, it was shocking. The boat was scheduled to sail at 6am, Posted by tylerwein in Backpacks Are For Travel, Not School | May 9, 2014
  • FloresSo, we got to Flores and figured the next day we would figure out our travel plans going forward. At dinner with the group from the cruise, we discovered that every flight back to Bali was booked through Sunday. That Posted by tylerwein in Backpacks Are For Travel, Not School | May 7, 2014
  • Fabulous FloresSo, where did I leave ye...? At the end of my stint on Hoga I believe.. I left Hoga at the crack of dawn on a fine Wednesday morning, having had barely 3 hours sleep, and joined between Posted by niscratz in The World of Wallace | Sep 7, 2013
  • Dr. RopataAfter another uneventful border crossing we entered Guatemala. I instantly noticed an increase in security, not only were there police with machine guns at roadblocks and stationed along the streets but many shops had armed security guards. Including sh Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Jun 17, 2013
  • Weather affected (Part 2)Another day in Flores, somehow starting to get used to the slow rhythm imposed by the island. It's true what they say: you have to spend some time in a place to absorb its true essence. In our case, the weather Posted by danics in World Away | Oct 9, 2012
  • Fabulous FloresWe had all been excited about visiting Flores and Tikal for sometime. Our tour leader David was from Flores and had started his tour guiding as a local guide at Tikal. So he had told us lots about it. On Posted by SamJohnston in The Long Way Home | Oct 6, 2012
  • Weather affectedThis is the story of how I got ´trapped´ by the weather conditions here in Flores Island. Let me get to beginning of the story. We arrived to Ponta Delgada on Wednesday night, already aware that we were travelling into the Posted by danics in World Away | Oct 6, 2012
  • Back to the middle of Atlantic Ocean I do not own the rights to this picture - http://www.flickriver.com/photos/28939418@N00/2079030612/ My next stop will be something like this... Green landscapes, waterfalls, ( Posted by danics in World Away | Sep 27, 2012
  • Selamat tinggal FloresAfter returning elated and exhausted from our incredible boat trip, we enjoyed our last two days on Flores relaxing, rejuvenating with local traditional massages, some of the best massages we've ever had, and appreciating the sea and sunset views from Posted by mjschrum in Java Junkie | Jul 19, 2012
  • Bena, FloresRaining this morning in Bajawa so we prepared mentally for an uneventful day, little did we know… We switched rooms – unhappy with the boxy accommodation on the hill so we went to Happy Happy Hotel where the name says Posted by mjschrum in Java Junkie | Jul 13, 2012
  • Kelimutu Crater Lakes4:30 AM wakeup at the Ecolodge to start our trek to Kelimutu crater. We arrived at dark and started walking without a guide, but with another group and guides around us. We had flashlights for the way and it was Posted by mjschrum in Java Junkie | Jul 10, 2012
  • Moni, Flores[float=left][/float]Kelimutu Ecolodge in Moni. Total creature comfort! Ate a delicious meal with fresh vegies, garlic, ginger and chili for sambal from their garden and fresh locally made tofu for dinner. It was hazing and drizzling when we arrived in Mon Posted by mjschrum in Java Junkie | Jul 10, 2012
  • Flores - East Nusa Tenggara Departure for Flores this morning. In some ways it should be very different than Java. Catholic vs. Muslim Rural vs. densely populated East of the Wallace Line vs. West of same (definition at bottom of entry) Island Archipelago vs. agricultural plain Posted by mjschrum in Java Junkie | Jul 9, 2012
  • It´s the end of an era, and I feel fine...Ola ola! What a week to be travelling! It is the last day of Holy Week, the LARGEST holiday of the year in Central America. It is more important than Christmas. One might think that this Posted by SeekingSpanish in Shannon Seeks Spanish | Apr 8, 2012
  • FloresThe journey from San Ignacio to Flores went well and quickly, so that we got there early in the afternoon. Enough time to relax a bit and then have a look around town. We met quite a few people at Posted by sarahm_lux in A Luxembourger with a backpack | Mar 4, 2012
  • 4 - Digging for hobbitsFrom Bajawa it was another long drive to Ruteng. North of here I was keen to see the anthropologic excavations at the "hobbit cave". One of the many folk stories of traditional people in Flores is about little forest people. Posted by BrewC in Indo 2010 | Feb 20, 2012
  • 3 - Blue stones and BenaWe cruised further west on the main road which was a mixture of dirt sections and tarred sections with big potholes. The dirt was much smoother. Beautiful countryside. The road hugged the coast again and we stopped at a beach with Posted by BrewC in Indo 2010 | Feb 20, 2012
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