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 …
With the windows down or non existent, we bumped our way back to Banjsal with a Reggae soundtrack and some power ballads. The Estonians DJ'd while everyone except me slept. Emma and one half of the Polish couple got massages while Pauline missed her boyfriend Bastian back in Lille. We hobbled out and were directed to building one (for Gili Air) and building two (for Gili T and Meno): easy. The small fishing boat taxis are fitted with bamboo outriggers to keep you upright in the swell ...
... snorkelling but it wasn't the best experience. After picking your way over 100m of shallow reef, the current was so strong that swimming was near futile. As such, having expensed a great deal of energy getting out, we turned straight back and battled current and crashing waves to return to shore. Peckish after the exertions of the morning, we cycled the short distance up the road to Café Easy, where the gang enjoyed pizzas on the beach. Whilst the others ventured to the ...
... firm walking ground is scarce. Which makes for a hard trek... as I mentioned in my previous post, we were mostly trekking through loose volcanic rock and ash, and slipping all over the place as we went. So yeah... GOOD TIMES AHEAD. With a few biscuits in my belly, as well as a strong feeling of dread, we set off at 2.45am towards the summit, following the other equally insane trekkers from our camp. We didn't hang about... within about ten ...
... of course you still have constant offers to buy massages or jewellery or fresh fruit as on any Indonesian beach the snorkel trip lasted about two or three hours and we were accompanied by a guide and a couple of other tourists from Norway. We saw loads of amazing corals and many kinds of colourful fish but most importantly we saw lots of turtles (yes turtles in the wild) and they got so close to us a few times, it was hard to believe ! I also saw ...