Graha Beach Senggigi Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to our lodge, inland a bit on the west side of the island, from the southernly port. No scooters or vehicles are allowed on the Gili Islands, so foot, cycle, horses (+ the occasional local on an electric bike or scooter) are the only transport options. In 30 degree midday heat, Katie -14kg backpack, and small hand luggage-laden, labelled it the "Longest 15 minute walk ever" and questioned "how do people carrying packs ever complete a marathon" :) Manusia Dunia Green Lodge (MDGL) was ...
... chilling out on the beach. We're such islanders now, honestly (once sniffles and sunburn have been taken out of the equation). Haikus about cats on Gili Trawangan: Cats cats everywhere I count them on my fingers There are more than ten Under the table Orange eyes on my tuna Haha it is mine A curious thing Their tails are all short and bent Bit ...
... that moment and it was so big because we are close to the equator. It makes you thankful that everyday the sun does rise and we are given light. So after all of that we rented a moped and went around the tiny island which takes around 30 minutes in total to do the whole thing. We went over the tiniest suspension bridge which only allows bikes and mopeds because it's too small for cars and it connects it to another tiny island. We went over it on the bike and it was wooden slatted ...
... it was amazing. I could watch them all day I think their beautiful. We got out and headed back to the hotel and the biggest yellow cricket/locus on me! Bens face **** me up alone so I knew what was on me was horrific and so nicely he hit it off me with a bag! We had some breakfast on the balcony and then had a walk around the whole of the island. That night we went to a recommended Italian down a little ...
... like they have to make their living somehow. I am not surprised with her remark though. I have seen this in western tourists time and again during this trip. They seem to have a very utopian view of the world, or at least a very western view of the world. They don't seem to understand the extent of poverty, although they see the signs of it everywhere. Perhaps more accurately, they don't seem to realize desperate people grasp at any opportunity to make some money, even if it ...