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 …
... doing some more snorkelling and it was fairly decent but I'd been told diving in the air was really good. Unfortunately I'm waiting until Thailand to dive again as it's much cheaper. In the evening we got talking to two girls in our room, one was Dutch and the other Swedish so the 5 of us went for dinner together. We made the mistake of getting pizza (western food is pretty terrible in Indonesia) and it wasn't very good but it was nice to meet the two other girls. I was ...
... into our bathing suits for some pool time but as we did the dark storm clouds that had been brewing let loose and it began to pour rain. Ok so pool time just turned into nap time. The afternoon rains we had experienced in Bali typically lasted a couple hours at most. Well not today. It rained for hours and hours, and well into the evening. Finally we figured we weren't going to be able to wait this one out, so we put on our ponchos and ran through the rain to the ...
... seas didn't help much. I told the kids, who were sitting one row fore on the 40-ft fiberglass boat to take note that they were sitting next to a window.
Arriving at Gili T, the party island, about half of the boat disembarked along with the sandal tote. A steady 30 knot cross wind blew steadily across the beach, making an act beach landing very difficult. The boat eventually dragged its anchor. After much screaming from the boat captain and one of the ...
... stop- Tofu Factory. When I use the word factory here you know it's hardly the Ford factory in Broadie. We're talking a lean to with some brick stoves, open fires and a tin roof. These poor buggers slave away at this multi step process for hours on end and basically can make $2 for a tray of tofu that would feed 35 people. Alternatively, they use the tofu to barter for day foods that are of use to then.
Fourth stop- Traditional Weaving Village
Again, we're talking ...