Puri Saron Senggigi Beach Hotel
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... was black with what seemed like dirt, not sand and hawkers galore. By now I was over the hawkers who had engulfed June so I charged through and got us safely back up to the restaurant. It was Bin Tangs (not sure of that spelling) all round and for beer it was OK. Selections for food was interesting and after grappling with the local language three of us decided to share chilli prawns as they came by the kilo. The other two opted for the safer grilled ...
... he marched ahead of us with two baskets packed full with food, camping gear, water and cooking tools attached to a wooden pole and balanced over his shoulders. No cushioning or padding on his shoulders, he just simply balance the wooden pole and trekked on. It wasn’t before long that we reached an opening, having trekked through woodland, catching site of monkeys swinging high up in the trees. At the opening we met our second porter who was happy for us to try to ...
We had to be ready at 8am for our walk, but were running a tad behind - the result of not having his mum around, to crack the whip on us any more. We ordered breakfast at 7.45am and only received it at 8am. Oh well. It turned out we had our own guide and the couple we’d had dinner with the night before had someone else escorting them, so it wasn’t like we were holding up the masses. We ate our breakfast and I attempted to drink the cup of tar ...
... 2 ATM’s for us, but they were the same as the ATM that refused his card after seeming to work; I hoped there’d be one where we were going, we had enough money to last us a couple of days and everyone seemed to take US dollars up till this point.
We were dropped off at our accommodation and Edd had to speak to the owner, to arrange payment for the taxi driver - he did not take US dollars. We were then shown our ...
We are writing this entry as we descend from Mt. Rinjani base camp where we stayed last night. We were at 700 metres elevation and the mountain in the distance was quite spectacular in knowing that you had to climb another 3kms straight up to reach the summit. The trip took about 5 hr and the view as we approached was quite impressive as at that height and it is the third highest peak in Indonesia; and naturally a dormant volcano with the last eruption in 2010, albeit ...