Taman Rosani Hotel & Villa
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Today we arrived in Seminyak! It's was quite a culture shock. After receiving our visas to enter the country, Tash haggled with the taxi driver to get us the best price. Our cab ended up costing 150,000 Rupiah! Sounds like a lot but it only totals $14 CAN. We then got into a cab and made our way to our hotel. Let's just say the driving here is VERY …
... meaning not to big - maybe 2-3 feet drops at most which was fine by us. We proceeded to float down the river and the Rapids going forwards, backwards and sometimes sideways. The boats are certainly tough as we did bounce off the rocks a lot and also got stuck on them several times. The water splashed up lots but it was cool and refreshing. Other boats sometimes started water fights ... And sometimes Caleb started them all by himself - surprising ...
... with fish. Strange silverfish with horns like unicorns swam in large shoals, and mounds of coral created little underwater valleys on the seabed. We had a traditional lunch of Mie Bakso after we’d had our fill of fish and coral – the Bakso element is a sort of meatball (think Campbell’s) but I think the contents of this meatball are best left unexplored… it was tasty anyway! We were dropped off at our much improved guesthouse in the main town of Sampalan and ...
... personal best, for me.
We're all just bumbling around this precious ball of water and earth, breathing the same air and hoping we don't get stepped on before we finish whatever seems most essential to us in the moment: interconnected and profound in our moments of insight.
Watching sunset turn the snail trails of aeroplanes the colour of dragonfruit, and taking a deep breath of the earth, salt, dung, and incense of this place ... I realise I absolutely have to come ...
... us he's not really a guide and that the money we pay goes straight to his boss so basically the poor boy had been sent on our trip and won't get a penny more for doing so! The walk to the first waterfall took about twenty minutes and the scenery around us was beautiful, rainforest, rivers and hill too views over the landscape surrounding the Rinjani mountain. When we got there, we saw some monkeys and a few people around enjoying the views and taking pictures and ...