Luce d'Alma Resort & Spa
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... done. Shows how much of it is in the mind, doesn't it?
3. I probably ought to get some serious counselling about what it is that drives me to keep proving to myself I can do things which I think I'm not capable of. Mam, I think it must be all your fault somehow! What did you do to me when I was a kid???
You will notice that poor Alex was not mentioned in this at all. He started the course as well. He really didn't like it very much, and ...
With my big bag tucked away and all the semi warm clothes I owned tucked in a smaller bag I set off at 5am to make the drive to kilometre zero and start this trek of three days and two nights covering 52 km and with an elevation gain starting from 600m to hopefully the summit at 3726m. I was the first to get picked up and along the way we collected twelve other excited but nervous individuals. We all were all little leery of what we had signed up for especially ...
... before getting on the boat.
We got our tanks back on while we set out for our dive spot, the Bounty wreck. Our scuba instructor was Steve, and because there were too many of us, Andie came along as well as Yasmin who was there to take pictures for us. We got off the boat first and joined up by the buoy which had a rope going down to the bottom. We used the rope to go down, equalizing as we descended until we reached 12 m. At this point we all let go and got more or ...
... of turtles at the surface of the water popping their head out to get some fresh air ; it was such an amazing experience ! I really loved the snorkel trip so much we found some really cute hidden local restaurants that were cheap and good, which was lucky because the Gilis are generally more expensive than Bali. Our next stop is going to be Lombok ...
We had been considering where to go after Gili Air and one of the options was climbing Mount Rinjani on Lombok Island. You can see Rinjani from the eastern side of Gili Air and pretty much every day, the mountain had been covered with serious-looking storm clouds and a lot of rain was falling on it. Coupled with our lack of fitness, this was enough to make us reconsider our plans. We’re both keen to climb a mountain but will have to look elsewhere to achieve ...