Candi Beach Cottage
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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No, no, noooooooo!! I was in almost finished with my blog post in Dutch and English and my iPad didn't save it! This blog post will never be as creative as it was, I'm sorry! Skip this one if you have a bad feeling about it now... I started by describing how I sat on a beautiful white beach while writing this post, with a bright blue sky and clear …
... tired than I did before I slept which entirely defeats the point of sleeping in the first place. Just to top it all off breakfast was vile so I left it half eaten and was still hungry. On our way back to our room from the so called restaurant we were stopped by Mr Grumpy the hostel owner who wanted to know when we were leaving and what we were doing today. He was trying to sell us a guide for the waterfall and a taxi home afterwards saying he would give the 'best ...
... interested looks. And everyone is so happy to meet me! The last thing yesterday was a good swim in the warm salt water pool and also it was the first thing this morning. And will be the last again tonight. My hair is loving it and I'm sure my skin will show it's happiness about it too. Fruit is plenty and my wobliness from New Zealand will hopefully go away now :P Talking about that, relaxing makes me hungry. So I will find myself something to eat now ...
... waiting as told, bright and early, from 8am. The 'fast boat' didn't leave until 9.30am. 1 1/2 hours of waiting in the sun with Ru strapped to me didn't leave me feeling laid back. I moaned loudly enough that it was suggested I wait in the boat to get Ru out of the scorching sun. Our tickets were 600,000 IRP per adult and 400,000 IRP for Millie, for return tickets. We bought them from our guesthouse in Ubud and it turned out to be a great deal. We saw them advertised ...
... next destination. It would have been nice to spend more time on Lombok exploring some of the southern beaches, waterfalls and trekking up to the volcano but with the island covered in a semi-permanent blanket of cloud and rain we didn't see the point. Problem with travelling paradise in the wet season. INFO: Transport: IDR 150,000 each incl: - Bus 0700-0900 (Hotel to Port) - Boat 1000-1330 (Bali to Lombok) - Bus 1400-1530 (Lombok Port to Senggigi Hotel: Elen Hotel, ...