Travel photo – Lombok fishing boatAnne-Sophie Redisch2020-05-05T12:23:44+01:009 November 2011|Indonesia, Islands, Lesser Sunda Islands, Travel photos| Lombok fishing boat A relatively wordless post today – I think this cheerful Lombok fishing boat speaks for itself.Where:Senggigi beach on the island of Lombok, Lesser Sunda Islands group, IndonesiaCenter map Get Directions Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!facebooktwitterlinkedinredditwhatsapptumblrpinterestvkEmail About the Author: Anne-Sophie Redisch Wanderer, mostly with kids, sometimes solo. Writer, dreamer, storyteller, negotiator, mum. Searching for the world's curious corners. 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Cathy Sweeney 10 November 2011 at 0025 - ReplyLovely! The boat, the setting — all very nice! Nancie 10 November 2011 at 0103 - ReplyLovely! I spent sometime on Lombok a few years ago, and remember this beach. jade 10 November 2011 at 0645 - Replyhaha, love the angle! and I always love anything teal and cheerful! Muza-chan 10 November 2011 at 0728 - ReplyLovely 🙂 Sophie 10 November 2011 at 0817 - ReplyCathy, Nancie, Jade, Muza-chan – thanks 🙂 ItalianNotes 10 November 2011 at 0821 - ReplyNice colours. Wonder if there is an international law defining the RGB for small fishing boats? Sophie 10 November 2011 at 0823 - ReplyItalianNotes – You know, I had to look up RGB. And yes, I think perhaps there is such a law 🙂 Michael 10 November 2011 at 0830 - ReplyWhat a curious angle. Was it about to be slid out to sea? Denise 10 November 2011 at 0901 - ReplyI saw many of those same fishing boats around Bali. Aren’t they pretty? InsideJourneys 10 November 2011 at 1341 - ReplyLove the angle. Looks like it’s just about to take off or climb a wave. Nice shot, Sophie! Debbie Beardsley @ European Travelista 10 November 2011 at 2109 - ReplyThe boat looks like it’s teetering on the sand! Great colors. The map was a great inclusion. Jenna 11 November 2011 at 1638 - ReplyNice! I have seen plenty of boats like this one in Indonesia (though I haven’t been to Lombok yet). They are always so striking– bright colors and interesting shapes. Sophie 11 November 2011 at 1800 - ReplyMichael – It’s a few years ago, so I don’t remember what time of day this was. The boats did seem to be lying like that in the late afternoons though, so I would guess it had just been pulled in.Denise – Very pretty, indeed.Inside Journeys, Debbie and Jenna – thanks 🙂 Cheryl 11 November 2011 at 2213 - ReplySooo pretty and yes, cheerful. I wish I was there right about now. So cold in Berlin! Sophie 11 November 2011 at 2311 - ReplyCheryl – Too right! It’s wet and chilly up here as well. A few days on an Indonesian beach would be wonderful right now 🙂 jason @ corfu villa 12 November 2011 at 0216 - ReplyThat’s SOME PARKING! I’m not going to ask who parked it, but it wasn’t me! Journey of a Jungle Girl 13 November 2011 at 1842 - ReplyIt really is a happy, peaceful photo… How did you get to Lombok, Lesser Sunda Islands group, Indonesia? Do you have a post on your travels there? I am interested! It looks like a beautiful place to visit! -shelly Sophie 14 November 2011 at 1154 - Reply@Journey of a Jungle Girl – Thanks 🙂I don’t have a post on our travelling in Lombok, but I’ve been meaning to find my notes and publish one. It’s been a few years. We flew from Singapore, took about 2 hours, if I remember correctly. It was a lovely little island, similar to Bali in many ways – there was even a Monkey Forest, but with less aggressive monkeys than the one in Bali. RyukyuMike 14 November 2011 at 1500 - ReplyJust catching up with all the comments I missed. Been busy thumbing/tweeting/facebooking and that newfangled G+1 thinginging. Phew… sorry I took so llong to get back. I love wordless photo posts; my specialty. Thanks for sharing. Daniel @ TeacherGig 10 August 2013 at 0607 - ReplyLovely shot with fantastic colors. I also really appreciate NOT writing about Bali. 😉 I saw the map (nice touch) and it was a relief.I”m looking around at places to take some time off, but it seems like people only go to Bali. I’m sure that’s not the case, so I really appreciate a shot of Lombok. Any other posts about travel elsewhere in Indonesia? I’d love to visit and get off the beaten track a bit. I know Indonesia is huge, and I don’t want to limit it to just the one tourist island.Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.