Graha Beach Senggigi Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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I was nervous about my first ride and didn't sleep much. At 4:50 it was time to start the day. Bag drop is at 5:30-5:45 each morning followed by breakfast at 6:00. Start time is around 6:30 which is good since you can get three solid hours of riding in before it gets hot. Route directions are written down the night before and discussed in terms of …
... We rushed unnecessarily as we waited nearly an hour before we actually boarded the boat. Then it was an hour and a half over to Gili T. Knowing it was entering high season, we had pre-booked all our accommodation for the next two weeks, and also it meant we wouldn't have to faff around whilst Becci was with us on holiday. 'Smile' Homestay was easy to find, located down a walkway from the main track along the beachfront. We were shown to one room, as the other was being ...
... early morning and the hotel for Singapore. We booked the ferry back to Bali for tomorrow 12 o'clock so that we weren't rush on Wednesday for time and we would stay near the airport for convenience. For our last evening meal in Lombok we picked out the Lombok guide book and tried Cowshed, a steak house and burger bar. It was a very American set up, a real red neck feel from the Wild West. The food was really good and ...
... watching the sunset again and headed to next door where Ombak sunset was located. Here were the famous gili/Bali swing that everyone has pictures with during sunset. During the peak time around the sun setting on the horizon people are queuing to get their picturesque shot, fortunately for us we got our shot and it is stunning. For ghe evening we decided to get bikes and bike around to the other side of the island, where the ...
... with me for the next 15 minutes or so, including our mandatory 3 minute stop at 5 meters. Longest damn 3 minutes of my life because I knew how close we were to the surface. But by then my breathing was normal and I knew I'd be OK.
On the surface, he asked what happened and I just said "Fear." He said, "oh, you lost your head? It happens." I thanked him profusely and he said very modestly that it's his job.
So, I cancelled ...