Flores is small by island standards, just about 360 kilometers end to end. It is in the Indonesian archipelago, between Sumbawa and Timor islands. The name Flores is an abbreviation of "Cabo de Flores"; a name used by Portuguese sailors in the 17th century to identify the cape on the eastern end of the islands because of its underwater gardens. Divided by mountain chains and volcanoes, the island populated by ethnic groups with their own traditions and languages.

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    Depulping small batches of cherry in a hand-crank depulper in Flores
  2. Om Leo mitigating a need for drying space with tarps. You can see the new drying rooms they've built in the 3rd photo. Wolo Wio

    Flores Wolo Wio

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