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 …
After a nice sleep in the big comfy bed in our amazing hotel we had a relaxed breakfast and then spent the morning chilling by the pool. We had to check out of our room by twelve so I had to pack my things and then we left our bags in the hotel lobby while we tried to figure out how we could get to Senaru, our next stop. A guy from the hotel promised me loads of good deals as apparently he has many 'diver' friends but it turned out that noone was available and the cheapest offer ...
... rip us off as always but we were having none of it (as always) ohhhh noooo ; so we made a little deal and off we went on the little half broken down bus filled with locals. It took a good two hours to finally get to Senaru, maybe even longer than that. On the downside it was still raining for ages and the car had no working windscreen wipers, no one could speak English and we didn't really know when we should be getting off and my ...
... 56834; but luckily after about half an hour we arrived in Lombok and a lovely guy from Gili gave his seat up for me on the boat and left me chatting to his wife, who was also very sweet. When we arrived, the first thing we did is argue with the porter staff who apparently wanted money for helping us get our backpacks off the boat, bloody typical I was furious. We then argued some more trying to find cheap transport to Senggigi and luckily were approached by a lady ...
... The trip to the falls is an easy walk, albeit a bit slippers so personally I'd wear shoes with a bit of grip. First set of falls is down a casual set of stairs and quite popular with the locals. It was fun to watch the kids playing around. After a short stop, we climbed up the stairs and tracked through some well marked stone and earth trails, through rainforest and along an ancient water/irrigation system ...amazing what they can do in these countries with water. ...