Bukit Senggigi Hotel
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... those five words suggest. But we had to move, Back from where we came. Another half hour walk. Oh joy(ful Liza). We walked through the storm with faces like thunder. Eventually, leading, I came to a restaurant and ordered a beer. Liza ordered pineapple guava and mint juice. And we shared a Nasi Goreng special. Food, alcohol and the best soft drink in the world. It changed the day. The clouds lifted, the storm stopped. The nice man at the restaurant pointed us the right way to ...
... of discomfort, stress and scamming and included being decanted between various boats, buses and minibuses whereas the fast boat took ninety minutes and you could sip beer on route. So this time we booked the fast boat and the next morning waited patiently in reception to be collected and taken to the port. Half an hour after we were supposed to be collected, two mopeds turned up. Bardy didn't seem phased as daddy departed wearing his 26kg backpack, mummy's large pack pack on his ...
... on my back??? Ya better push hard mate or I'm staying on this boat with you). Apparently we all need to jump/get pushed in exactly same moment. And I'm just realizing - did they say drift dive? Hmmm... don't think I've ever done this before... And then I can hear 3...2...1 and I'm happily landing in water with boat moving quite fast away from me... Wait, why this bloody boat is moving so fast??? Did they forgot something from the shore? Or there was a small print and the return trip ...
... spectacular sunset over the terrain we had just conquered and a delicious dinner we all went to bed exhausted and in preparation for our 2am wake up call for summit. This schedule was all too familiar to me from my Kili summit attempt so I reminded myself to wear a lot less that others considering how hot I get climbing and to bring food as a cup of tea and a few biscuits were not going to get me up the mountain top. So I prepared my bag and in doing so realized ...
... As we approached Kuta, you pass through some very traditional Lombok villages with the huts made from bamboo and thatched roof. The traditional people of Lombok are called the Sasak. We visited Tony and Emmy who are friends of Dave and Kel. They run a small guest house up on the hills about 8 km west of Lombok. Here they have picturesque views of the surrounding hills and valleys ...