Bukit Senggigi Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... came back again so I headed back to Woodstock and left Racky dancing away with Ary and mushroom guy. Racky wasn't that much behind me and we slept in our lovely little Jimi Hendrix bungalow for the second night. Whilst we were out they had come into our room, put the mosquito net down, lit some incense which the Mosquitos don't like and made the bed all ready for us with bed side lights on, so sweet and lovely. We were planning to leave the next day to go to Gili Air ...
... to add white or purple or any other colour is mind boggling. Apparently, the girls here weave to attract a husband. Once they can weave well and make nice designs, they will find a husband. Now there's an incentive...! The trip moved on to a batik printing centre. This is a design we also saw in Sri Lanka but we never saw the technique behind it. It was fascinating how they use wax to cover certain parts of the design before dyeing the fabric then removing the wax, before ...
... island was so small! A little walk and we found it! It's amazing for just £18 a night between us! We then went for a little wander down at the seafront, not even a two minute walk! Lots of bars, restaurants and shops, as we kept walking it all opened up with beautiful clear blue waters and bright white beaches with a view of the larger island of Lombok in the near distance! We then relaxed this evening with a ...
... caught managed to capture their sheer size but they were at least 10 feet! The beach had a steep decline so we were able to safely watch them crash below us, although sometimes we had to run!
Our second day out, we headed South towards the city of Mataram and beyond. It was a beautifully hot day perfect for riding around the lush green countryside slightly inland of the coast. We stumbled across tiny wooden shack villages ...
... of the same name, which was situated on the best stretch of sand on the island and included the free use of the very luxurious sun beds for guests. We spent our days relaxing on the beach (so posh you didn't even have to go up to order you just stick your personal flag in the sand) taking frequent dips in the ocean, walking around the island and snorkelling the fringing reef which was home to hundreds of brightly coloured fish. Every day at 3 ...