Summer 2018: Sumba and Flores

‘I’m not going to sugarcoat it, as of right now, Sumba Island is still reserved for the most adventurous of travellers. The roads were bumpy and long. The lodgings were basic. The beaches were beautiful, but lacking in the most basic of infrastructure (no bathrooms, no cafes/restaurants, nothing but sand, water, and mangroves). I thought I’d been to deserted beaches before, but Sumba took the phrase “deserted beaches” to a new level. Still though, was visiting Sumba worth it? I think so. I’m so glad I went.’

http://www.jackandjilltravel.com, march 18, 2018

One Comment Add yours

  1. Sophie Depreitere says:

    We kijken er al terug naar uit om jullie avonturen te volgen!

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