Flores

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Ferri de Sape, Sumbawa, a Labuhan Bajo, Flores

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Labuhan Bajo

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Atardecer desde Kanawa

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Kanawa

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Dragón de Komodo empachado de nasi goreng

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Volcán Kelimutu

Volcán Kelimutu

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Volcán Enirie

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Esperando que despejen un derrumbe

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Ajedrez en lo que zarpamos hacia Sumba

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3 comentarios en “Flores

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  2. Hello Andrei !
    I just saw your comment on the blog
    http://escapethecrowds.com/ about motorbike tour around indonesia and I would like to ask à few advices if you don’t mind ?!
    Did you buy and registered the bike to your own name or to a balinese friend name ? I was told as foreigner we cannot have the property of a vehicule unless for your company…
    From there other question : would you have any trouble with the police if you ride a bike which isn’t at your name ? I guess from your comment that the answer will be no problemo but just double checking as I’ve been told it could be an issue.
    Also did you sell your scooter on another island before leaving ? If yes, any issue with registration and so on ?

    Thank you very much in advance for all the tips you could give us ! I hope you’re keeping on with amazing trips !
    Best regards from Bali !

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    • Hello Manon, very sorry for the late reply and hope its not too late to give you some advice. I call Indonesia the country of “tidak apa apa”, which indeed means ‘no problemo’. I bought a bike, got the blue book for it, did bot change the name, police never cared, and i didn’t even have an indonesian or international driver’s licence. I was able to cross the border into east timor with it, despite what some blogs said about the documents needed to do it. I just drove up and gave it a shot, and a smile. No bribe. At the end of my trip I gave my scooter away to an amazing guy, but often along the road I was offered money for it, as apparently Balinese bikes are reputed to be in really good shape, since the roads are usually great, as opposed to those that you may find on timor or sumba. So in sum, I imagine registration isnt an issue. All the best and I look forward to reading about your trip!

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