Get ready for the sharks and the almighty dragons! This is a Community-friendly travel guide to Labuan Bajo and the island of Flores, the base for the mind-blowingly incredible underwater world of Komodo National Park. Check out this article by our friends The Nomadic Boys, as seen on their Nomadic Boys blog.
The great age of sail, which ended in the West in the early twentieth century, never quite ended in Indonesia. The Bugis have continued to build their phinisi on the beaches of Sulawesi and continue to sail the islands to this day. Check out this article by Rick Spilman called “Where the Age of Sail Never Ended – the Bugis Phinisi, an Appreciation” as seen on The Old Salt Blog:
Dave, one of the co-founders of Everything To Sea, offers a stream-of-consciousness post dealing with the present, the past, and the future, in an honest and daring take on himself sexually.
Ernest Hemingway once wrote, “Any man’s life, told truly, is a novel…” We are thrilled to publish a personal story from the heart. A journey of being gay in Indonesia, from Everything To Sea’s Support Specialist, Ron.
The fauna in Flores varies from the Komodo dragons, to wild boars and deer, to Manta Rays swimming in the Coral Triangle. And the Wallace Line, which scientifically delineates species, is an altogether different aspect of this region.
Is getting naked a fun thing for you? Does it make you
Welcome to the Everything To Sea Blog! We’re thrilled to have you join us. In this mash-up of all Things To See, you’ll find posts on a variety of subjects, including nudity, travel tips, Komodo Dragons, wooden sailing ships, all-male groups, snorkeling, Indonesian cuisine, sexual orientation, Indonesian beaches, the Coral Triangle, naked sailing… even The Boogeyman! We’ll feature some pics that’ll keep you entertained, too. Come on board…