Hotel Gazebo Meno
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Friday we spent settling into the beautiful island of Gili Trewangan. It really is like paradise here. Everything and everyone goes at a very laid back pace. We had to move accommodation after the first night as Expedia had over booked the rooms. The owner, Adam, originally from Portsmouth arranged a free upgrade for us, for the inconvenience. Kelapa, our new villa is just down the track from where we were booked in. We really feel spoilt here, and have decided to stay another couple ...
... A round, dense object. It turned out to be my little metal jewellery box; it being metal made it ‘of significance.’ I repacked my bag as quickly as I could, just shoving my things any which way they would fit.
We made our way to the Premier Lounge and got comfy couches at the back, dumping our stuff quickly and making our way to the food on offer. Edd got us soup, while I made a dent in the skewers; we ate up and then went in search of ...
... outside Papua. It is quite climbable or (the ability to climb up) by the visitor with a high level of physical fitness. It is critical to understand and respect the mountain is huge: sadly, visitors have passed through here failed to follow reasonable procedures and make all the necessary arrangements.
... Telebatu in central Lombok. Our accommodation at The Green Orry Inn is quite basic but comfortable in its own way,
particularly compared to the other structures in the area.
Our host at the Inn is Tek and he is a card and he is most certainly ubiquitous and he has a hand in everything that is happening. He has mastered a couple of sayings and everything is “super bloody lovely ...
... Bali and Lembongan but one day, whilst walking back to our homestay, a 3 or 4 foot long lizard was basking in the sun and shot off into the bushes as we approached. We couldn’t believe how long it was – but luckily they are afraid of humans... phew! Just as well when we crept up on another one, he scarpered up a coconut tree... all the way to the top!