Komodo Trip; Hi! Komodo Dragon!

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Do you know how hot is Padar Island?
Or how tired to get to the top of the island?
The ads never show you that and it’s called strategy!

Unbelievable hiking that could make you die from dehydration or fall off from the cliff.

But the thing is, everything gonna pay off when you get to the top.
Water is your very best friend and just don’t give up.

A mythical creature that still alive till now is waiting for you to visit them at their home. Komodo Dragon!

The ever last standing dragon in this world (It can’t fly), one cut or a drop blood from your body could make you become a sweet meal for them.
Basically, Komodo Dragon is a shark on land.
Not only like a shark, they also attack their prey in a pack like a wolf.
Their saliva is very toxic, which you could die immediately when it touch yous skin.
They are a pretty quite carnivore, but very dangerous.
Just don’t do anything to mess with them. And if so, just don’t panic.
Panic make it worse.

Another pink beach called Namongan waiting to get touch by human.
But, thanks to the not-responsible-or-care human, now it covered with a lot of rubbish near the shore.

Do you know how important to respect a nature? Like 0%?
Thanks to them, we need to snorkeling like 10 meters from the shore to get ‘clean’ surface.
Gladly, the corals and fishes are beautiful compared to the up of water.


Just stay on the boat, floating near Kalong Island (Kalong = Bat) is another way of ‘chill’.
Waiting for all the bats migration from their island to another island across at sunset is like a live action of ‘netflix and chill’.
The sky look incredible with golden egg of sunset, but a very sad moment where only a few bat flying over for migration.

Who knows?
At least the sunset looks great!

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