Ari Putri Hotel
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With a 9:20am flight from KLAI 2 international airport we had to get up at 5:30. A quick change and check out to catch the airport shuttle bus at 6am. The journey would take an hour leaving us plenty of time to check in and go to the departure lounge and have a look at laptops. Everything went to plan and we were all checked in and ready to go, we we're flying to Bali Depensar hin Indonesia, 2 weeks of island time before Will's last stop Singapore. The ...
... preferred to simply stay awake rather than wake up groggy and tired.
At the foot of the volcano we had one last cup of tea and a light nibble before starting our ascent in the darkness. It was strange not being able to see the volcano as we approached it. So we had no idea what it looked like and whether it looked daunting and challenging.
... began at an relation of about 1200 meters, or about 3900 feet. Things would soon grow a bit quieter. The trail after a bit began to grow steep, and ascending began to grow difficult. Footing was difficult to maintain, and all that our headlamps illuminated was the trail immediately ahead. Vegetation was apparent to the left and the right, and you could sense steep drops to the left, or the right, or both, only by the absence of vegetation ...
As we only had a short time in Indonesia Helen and I had to decide which areas we wanted to go to and unfortunately miss out places rather than trying to cram it all in and not do them properly.
Next stop was Nusa Lembongan.
Nusa Lembongan is an island located southeast of Bali. The island is surrounded by coral reefs with white sand beaches and low limestone cliffs and is known for its ability to dive/swim with giant manta rays.
... proceeded to slaughter Bon Jovi. People started to get quite drunk and we, rather foolishly, ended the night by walking home down a very busy highway. Fortunately we made it home OK with all members alive, Bhalu the bear did take a taxi to McDonalds at 4am though.
The next morning we were booked on a tour of the southern part of the island, but everyone was so hungover that the vans just became large mobile beds that drove us around for a while. Of ...