Kuta Indah Hotel
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Monday 31st March
Left Gili Air on an 8am ferry boat loaded with empty water and beer bottles. The passengers seemed to be an after thought. We had to wade though the warm tropical sea to get on board. Didn't bother to look for life jackets as it was only a 20 minute crossing through calm sea.
We were …
... to the big waterfall. It was pretty impressive with more than just one actual waterfall but water seeming to just over flow from all the trees above us. Us boys got in and it was absolutely bloody freezing! And really powerful too. After seeing this waterfall this is where the trip got a little interesting. We followed our guide as he led us down some rocks and through trickling water down to a steam. We then walked down the stream, through thick ...
... we decided to stay at Gerupak (about 4km east of Kuta) and I have to say this place is fantastic. We are going into the rainy session so everywhere is quite quiet anyway but we are the only people staying here. Everyone has been super friendly and helpful and we have not experienced any of the concerns we had before coming down. Also, lots of people travel over here from Kuta to take the boats out to the reefs each morning in any case, pay ...
... which was great as we saw two turtles. One was relatively small and there were lots of people trying to look. The other I spotted as we had accidently drifted worryingly far from the boat along with two other girls! This turtle was huge and swan so close to us. Absolutely amazing. We stopped for lunch on the third and final Gili island, Gili Meno. A good trip, except for the sunburn, the water this time being the shield for the heat of the ...
... roads. It was miraculous that either were growing as the land was brown and barren and the locals complained that it had been the driest dry season for a long time. Many hillsides showed black scars of bush fires and there was very little green apart from the crops which must have been irrigated from somewhere. Illegal gold mining appeared to be widespread, from (blatant) sizeable semi-professional looking concerns covering whole hillsides (see photo) ...