Bloo Lagoon Village
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... fields daily. We tentatively strode out as we could see how grey the sky was becoming... We passed steep rice terraces linked by tiny waterfalls, with man and buffalo working in the fields. The first drops of rain arrived and we sheltered briefly with a cow in her shed! After feeding her up with grass (she looked like she needed a good meal!) we carried on down the path bisecting the paddies and sure enough the ...
... There were places on the map with names in capital letters and bold font for goodness sake, they had to be fairly big places didn't they, the kind of place where a couple of weary cyclists could hole up for the night with a couple of local Warungs (restaurants) to supply the necessary Nasi Goreng (fried rice) and Bintangs? Oh how wrong we were, place after place we went through from the non descript to the fairly threatening. I managed to ...
... came out quickly and we found a taxi to take us to our hotel. It was only a couple of miles away, the taxi driver stopped every couple of minutes to let us take pictures after the third stop we felt like we had enough pictures but he kept stopping so we felt obliged to take a couple more every time he stopped. It was a beautiful view, we were driving down the winding roads on one side of a mountain towards Laban Bajo harbour. The taxi stopped outside a rickety looking office ...
After some really enjoyable days in very good company on the Gili islands, I will set out tomorrow to climb yet another volcano. Unfortunately I had to dismiss the option of going east direction Flores as the trip by boat was fully booked. I will have to leave it for another trip. By boat I will be brought to Lombok and embark on an almost 20 hour hike up the rinjani volcano. Hopefully I will be able to make it up to the summit which is 3700 meters above sea level. On the top ...
... guy called Sebastian that we'd played table football against on our first night out on Gili Trawangan. We passed the next few hours chatting and drinking in various bars. It was a little awkward to have Sebastian with us as it meant we weren't able to mingle with other people very easily, but he was nice to chat to. In a reggae bar, I went towards the dance floor to dance for a bit but was bombarded by an open-armed Indonesian guy that had sat next to me ...