Hotel Alit'S Beach
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... the beach whistle and scream to let you know a set is coming in. And when Madeleine went out they would paddle behind her and push her board at the last minute just to make sure she caught the wave. The only bad part of the surfing was the fact I had a terrible board... It was full of holes, had no volume and all the fins had fallen out so I had to use it as a single fin, which meant on the slightly steeper waves it just ...
... Chinese, Italian, Japanese, Australian, Thai - all good, and some very high end hotels - Hyatts, Fairmonts - with beach cabanas and massage ladies giving massages right on the beach. There are numerous restaurants right on the beach where they will grill fish or shrimps for you and many bars too.
The tourists are primarily ...
... what you would expect to see at a popular vacation spot. Not in the budget for our trip, but would be perfect for those coming for a nice 1 or 2 week vacation.
We quickly found a favorite bar/restaurant on the second day. It is called Cat and Fiddle, an Irish pub with good food, good drinks, a good crowd, and great live music. The music is what lured us in as we were walking past ...
... at risk of shock. That even scared me. When the doctor said I needed to be admitted, I agreed.
The hospital experience could be a blog post in itself, but here are the highlights:
- Shared room means you share with another patient and apparently her entire extended family. There are no set visiting hours -- every hour, all day and all night, is a visiting hour. And they WILL visit -- with food, and babies, and cell phones. And they will never, ...
... dug in the dirt for our unmentionables. The most awkward part of this 'luxury' was that it was placed right next to our sleeping tents and next to the porters area where they prepare the food. Um....hygienic right? And private.
But....THERE ARE NO TOILETS on Rinjani.
None....at all....so people use whatever they can...to take care of business. And you will see from the photos that the camp are on the cradle rim is completely empty. So....you either ...