Krakatoa Trip

I should say that I quite enjoy my hours at the boat last weekend. As long I remembered, I’m a seasick person. My last boat trip was a 12 hours trip from Manado to Sangihe Island, Tahuna at 2009. I drank Seasick Medicine at that time. Haha!

Last week end I went to Anak Krakatau and islands hopping in Lampung area. I don’t know was it because I really enjoy the trip or because I went there with many friends or because I was really exciting with this trip. Somehow, I don’t feel rough seasick. Just a minor headache, and I guess it because I didn’t drink coffee to start my day.

We went at Friday 6 June night and arrived by next day, early morning in the Bakeheuni Port, Lampung. Then moved to Canti Port by minibus. After finished our breakfast we started with islands hopping using small boat. The view is really great.

20140611-042739 AM-16059758.jpg

 

We found a breathtaking sunset also from the boat.

20140611-042740 AM-16060101.jpg

 

And a funny shape of clouds.

20140611-042740 AM-16060777.jpg

By next day we started our day earlier and went to Anak Krakatau by 03.30 am. It is an active volcano. We only need half hour tracking to reach a peak under the crater. We didn’t continue to the summit. The mountain is covered by black sand. No trees!

20140611-042740 AM-16060388.jpg

But I admitted that the morning landscape from there was damn beautiful!

20140611-042740 AM-16060945.jpg

We continue our trip to another snorkling spot, Legon Cabe. The spot is quite good. The coral is quite beautiful. I found lots of fish there!  We went back to Jakarta by afternoon.

Just like previous trip I found many friends here. Some friends are from my previous trips. The other are friends of my friends from another previous trip. Friends bring new friends and another friends bring another new friends to us. That is how our loop connecting each other.

The funny thing is, no matter how many friends you have, you will only maintain friendship with the one who has same frequency and can synchron with yours, just like the power generation.

Advertisements
Krakatoa Trip

2 thoughts on “Krakatoa Trip

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s