Puri Mas Boutique Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... about 50 metres out to sea. Once on the boat the music started playing and to our relief it was pretty good, most of what we had heard on Gili T was what I would expect in a European version of Watford 5 years ago unfortunately. The drinks started flowing and we all had a great time, we left the boat just after sunset and had a couple more drinks, in a bar. For the first time I was really up for going out, I was pretty drunk and felt the buzz of the night life around me, ...
... not to stop here and go further to Tangjung Aan. Arrivering here we are happy because it's very nice beach and so quiet. Almost nobody there. We go and lay down and the only surfer beach bar and take some beds. We enjoy the super nice beach and great weahter. After a spicy lunch we enjoy for some more hours before we go back to Senggigi in the north of the Island. We make a pitstop half way at a traditional "Sade" Village. This a they way and the houses of how Lombok people used to ...
... to get Jago to join us on a boat trip to the other two Gili islands. Jages was feeling a little nervous and hadn't totally gained his sisters love of small, rickety boats that pitched and tossed like an empty plastic water bottle (of which there are a few) in the shallows. And so the hawking and promise of football shirts seemed like a sensible option, two birds so to speak and a further skill to take back to the ample markets of Kuta, that so make his eyes bulge. Jago's perspective ...
... at the night market with Kevin and the Belgium chicks. After we chilled at the hostel as we were too knackered to go out, me and Inika fell asleep atop the rock climbing wall on the big mattress as it was too hot to be in the rooms. Funny as every night at about 2 or 3 you go out the rooms and people are sleeping on an under the benches, on the bar, on the poolside beds. Great atmosphere ...
... the irrigation from the fields so well organised it feels like a piece of roman engineering. We even see a couple of horses pulling carts whose owners weather worn faces speak of a life we find hard to imagine. There are many people working in the fields, this is not the season for rice as it is too dry, only one season here versus the three in Bali that run all year, they are cleaning the fields or working on their other crop, tobacco. Apparently approx 90% of ...