Another Way To Kelor Island, Flores – This dry season, My friends and I went on our little trip from Labuhan Bajo to Kelor Island. It was a new kind of adventure, a best of the 60s playlist that gave us all the feels and a world of unknown places just waiting for us to explore. I’ll admit, I was a bit unsure about this trip, mostly because I like to have a plan, a detailed itinerary if you will, but this trip was about spontaneity and allowing ourselves to be free.

I think we accomplished that and of course, we came back with so many memories and stories to share. We have never truly seen or experienced all that this beautiful country has to offer. This trip gave us the opportunity to see more, the beautiful, the surreal, the “wow, I can’t believe this place exists!”

And just like that, we fell in love with the Kelor Island. I am excited to know there’s more to explore and we can’t wait to be back next dry season.

I’ve decided I’m going to live this life for some time to come. The freedom and simple beauty is just too good to pass up. ?: @lookingfordyan

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Can you see what’s next? ?????????

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A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it. ?: @riotinmagenta

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It was all very relaxed, lovely and good for the soul.

It was a great way to catch up with friends, disconnect from the world and get away from the city for a little bit!

Just a note, if you are thinking of coming please leave no trash behind. And take with only memories, photos and videos.


Happy Sustainable Travels!

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