Grand Legi Mataram
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... This wasn't too bad as we were able to get some breakfast but did leave us perplexed when we were the only people in our van travelling to Mataram. Located pretty centrally in Lombok and the main city on the island, there was a mountain road and a coast road connecting Mataram to Bangsal but we were taken through the mountains. On occasions it provided good views in to the valleys and monkeys lined the sides of the road but the coast road would have undoubtedly been more ...
... on the roads here; its very much everyday transport for the locals) and once in Senaru town I spent the afternoon exploring mountain waterfalls. I had read up on the falls and had some vague instructions on how to get there.... Tour guides are at the ticket counter insisting you use one but as usual……. I didn’t; the price was ridiculous.
The instructions I had tucked away in the back of my mind were that I had to cross a bridge, follow ...
... did after getting lost on Sunday night!) There are no cars on the island so everyone is on bikes or there are lots of horse and carts which act as taxis! Yes I did try and ride the bike with the bike lock on...another lesson learnt there. There are also a lot of cats on the island but they all have no tails which surprised me at first but apparently that's just how they are born. Sunday and Monday daytimes I went to a beach lounge owned by a hotel ...
... carts and motorbikes. We were frequently scraped by overhanging trees and had to negotiate with a couple of other larger vehicles by beeping, reversing into a wider part of the road or merely all breathing in. We enjoyed a picnic in East Lombok where Mount Rinjani towered behind us and the ocean gave us views of Flores. We then embarked on the final leg of our journey to Senaru on an even bumpier, windier and escalating road through a harsher, drier, leaner environment to ...
... became more of a maze and even more difficult as concentration and breathing were at a maximum. I was surprised by the speed the Peruvian and English girl had set off on, but again hearing my past guides voices I continued on my slowly, slowly; pole, pole; or now hati hati pace. There were many more steep steps and my thighs were screaming but at this point it still felt good to have that sensation again. I really do miss the gym and the ...