Sape’s got a tumbledown port-town vibe, perfumed with the conspicuous scent of drying cuttlefish. The outskirts are quilted in rice fields backed by jungled hills, while benhur (horse-drawn carts) and early morning commerce whirl past the colourful wooden stilt homes in town. The town offers decent food and doable lodging, so if you are catching a morning ferry, consider this as an alternative to Bima.
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