Kuta Indah Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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 …
... that over PADI because it's the same training basically and slightly cheaper. I think we paid $385 US each for the 3 day training which includes pool time and 4 ocean dives. Wow. What fun.
Our fist dive was near the full moon and the currents were swift. It was somewhat of a trial by fire but we all did well. It takes some time to learn the right buoyancy. Otherwise you tend to go up and down a lot when you're supposed to stay level until you ...
... view I have ever seen, which is of the volcano, mount Rinjani. Nat by this point is not feeling up to much due to her illness, and opts to hold the fort in the room with Lucy's list of movies at her disposal whilst Courtney, Lucy and I go for a small trek, a few hours by foot to see a few waterfalls. The walk to them once off the main road is through forestry, providing shade and a ...
... a picture on them. We had ours done after they all left. There was also a French girl, who decided she needed to do some exercises and started using the swing as an exercise bench! Not only that but she wouldn't move when people wanted a photograph and posed for them instead! We sat on the beach and read until we had had enough and then cycled back. We went back to the place we went on the first night for supper. It was very good again. We got a boat in the morning to get across to Gili ...
... in, the driver did not. Fortunately, the tyre only clipped it and a valuable road sense lesson was learned. There were the typical number of dogs about, all ready to defend their turf if a stranger entered. It didn't take much to set them off. Wayne and I took a walk down to the foreshore. There was a turtle hatchery down the beach a little and lots of boats of all description tied up to moorings. The locals favoured a large narrow design with outriggers on either size. There were ...