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Dagbog: Dagen startede kl 7, da vi ville nå at nyde den sidste tid på Gili Air fuldt ud. Efter en tidlig morgenmad var det tid til at pakke sammen og tjekke ud fra hotellet. De sidste timer blev tilbragt i en hytte med udsigt til havet, mens vi indtog vores tidlige frokost. Derefter var det tid til at sætte næsen mod Bali. …
... no email from Bali Mode to say immigration was ready for us to do our fingerprints and photos.
Mainly we just worked on getting a route to Matarua.
We found a few places to eat around here but none were that special. Jody was still finding the only choices for her were pizza or spaghetti in ...
So, feeling a little bit disappointed all round (and still a tinsy bit hungry) we set off for the 2nd round of our trip.
First stop was a temple. Well we can't come to Bali without seeing at least one can we now? This was supposed to have a holy spring although why it was holy neither of us can remember. It was a lovely setting though, very green and very peaceful. There were lots of separate pools with gargoyle type fountains emptying into big pools. He did ...
... against the sun. It was quite beautiful to see although it was cut a bit short by a cloud obscuring the sun at the end. We were amazed at the size of the waves crashing against the rocks and watched them soaking un-suspecting tourists for a while. We saw the best tourist idea yet with these guys who had their camera gear in a bag on one shoulder and a bag with a mini printer on the other. They would offer to take your ...
... in the hope of spotting them, while they were just waiting near the restaurant at the end of the walking tour.
On the morning of the last day we went to Rinca island, the other island which has Komodo dragons that is open to the public (there are two more islands with dragons, but only accessible for scientists). This time we spotted them before we started off on our walking tour. Our last stop was Kelor island, for some more snorkeling. I had underestimated how ...