Bukit Senggigi Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... eco friendly as possible. As we were tucking into mains (a veggie burger for Katie -a strange choice, yes; chicken tostadas or similar for me), a friendly British primary school teacher and landlady named Jane arrived and started chatting to us. After she came to chat to us for the second time, and after we'd finished our food, we invited her to our table and proceeded to find out a lot about her. She certainly seemed to want to give us her monologue of thoughts so far! The ...
... something which involved lots of men avenging the deaths of their fathers. Would have liked to have seen some women avenging the deaths of their mothers but SUCH IS HOLLYWOOD. Then we went to watch the Rugby world cup finals at a bar. There was a boy being a bit of a pratt, being rude to people and getting way to into it, then his team lost he he ...
... was incredible. A milky white colour with no waves and lots of amazing furniture to sit on. Wooden shacks with cushions on overlooking the ocean. You could have a drink here or have food. The whole island was lined with really nice bars and restaurants, not too busy and horse and cart was the only method of transport. It had a really laid back atmosphere and everyone suddenly became even more friendly. People would ask how you were and say hello and at first we thought they ...
We said we would be picked up between 6.30-7.30 but of course they didn't arrive until 8.20! Got on the boat over to Gili Meno. I was downstairs 10 mins and then I had to rush upstairs before I threw up! The boat took us to Gili T and then we had to get on another little boat over to Gili Meno. It was so choppy to get on the island we got dropped off on the beach where it was ok. We got to ...
... equally. Well, some I could answer, some I could not. We make easy jokes on each other and our families now. She loves teasing me about my mom, and that she will get me married when I am back in India. I was telling her about the craziness of the Indian culture, and I have tons of stories to illustrate this. As we got to the old village, and contrary to my expectations, I did find it interesting. The whole village of 700 people were related to each other, and they married ...