Mushroom Beach Bungalows
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... got a mosquito net!
We instantly fell in love with Lembongan as soon as we arrived. It's the backpackers paradise we've been looking for. Off the beaten track, not yet fully discovered, no cars and only a few narrow roads covering the island. This is a smaller version of Bali - much smaller, very local and a chance to experience real island life.
... on his motorbike a few minutes later. You want haircut boss? Nr 1? With my hair this money is quickly earned. Most of the time is spent giving instructions to the ladies about the services required by a bunch of tourists who have just entered. Hughe colossal women wanting to have their overcharged feet massaged and mothers buying freestyle haircuts for their children. A good start of the business day. Nine o'clock and already a full house. Just a ...
... and I didn't even have a swim! My uncle told me to not touch the iPad and I did, so he threw me in the water. Then he said there's only 2 pools (at the hotel) and I said there's three there, then I said if there is you give me $20 and if there isn't I'll give you $20. I WIN I WIN ...
... on mopeds all day the next day and try snorkeling again on Sunday prior to heading back to Kuta.
Andy got a bit of a stomach bug, and was out of commission all of Saturday. Luckily for him, we had not planned to snorkel at all that day, though. Since Andy was out, Boo and I just shmobbed around Lembongan Island and the smaller one next to it (a very sketchy suspension bridge connected the two). We had a blast cruising around all day and found a cliff-jumping spot, too!
... paddies, a volcano and a coffee plantation for $30. Well worth it seeing as how it cost $27 to get to Ubud from the airport and Nyomen Godem (our driver) would be spending all day with us. The temples were my first experience with modest attire. I had worn a longer dress and leggings and brought a wrap for my shoulders. At one of the temples, our driver even wrapped a temple scarf around my waist as was the custom. My favourite temple ...