Villa Almarik Lombok
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
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... 160;Weve now decided to go there for a week when we leave here on Wednesday. It's even quieter than Gili Trawangan. We've booked an accommodation that's right on the beach. When we were there yesterday, we spied some people around our age - whew!!! we're not the only old ***** travelling!!!! I apologize - I'm having great difficulty uploading photos - I'll have to try again when I have a stronger connection Happy Easter ...
... a biggie! The noticeable difference was his shell. It wasn’t flat like the first turtle, it was more like a tortoise shell, huge and bulky. I swam with the second turtle for about 5 minutes watching him taking gulps of air from the surface before he too dived down towards darker depths.
I had one final sighting before I headed back to the beach and was on a high as I went ...
... bikes and go down to Sunset point later on using a shortcut that Luke found so we all quickly got ready and made our way through the centre of the Island which was a bit more boggy underfoot so we took our time. By the time we got to Sunset point the sun had already disappeared and there really wasn’t much of a sunset – we didn’t mind though as we had caught it a couple of nights ago so we proceeded onto our new favourite Gili T restaurant – Casa Vintage. ...
... the islands. By two in the morning we were tired, by the time we took the shuttle bus back to the airport around four thirty we were zombies. Two all nighters in one week, I'm too old for this @*%#!
We loitered around the airport, trying to nap when we could find a good spot. Our flight was at nine am. It was one of the worst flights yet. About an hour into the flight we started to experience turbulence somewhere over the Northern Territory. Not unusual unless ...
... equalise properly on the first day, although he managed to get to 8m on the first day. I got to 7m. When he woke up the next day he had an ear infection, probably from all the diving he had been doing for his PADI, so he couldn't dive again.
Which technically means that I beat him, cos I got to 12m, which is half as far as him again! Yippee!!!
Sorry there are no photos, but they would have been pretty boring even if we had any.