Tao' Kombo Travel Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTao' Kombo Travel Lodge Gili Meno
Nice challets, friendly staff. I'd reccommend staying here.
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... will pick us up off the beach at about 12:45.
At 12:30 we pay check out and, as promised, the boat is waiting off shore for us. As the tide is still a way off high, the Captain indicates to us to walk along the beach towards the ...
... turned out to be a perfect amount of time. Quite often the simple things are the best things and during the past four days all I needed was to breathe the ocean air, with good music and an interesting book. I'm one happy, relaxed and content bunny (okay it's fair to say I don't resemble a bunny at all but you get my drift)! But I'm happy to be heading to Borneo and I'm excited for the next adventure. Bring on the orang-utans (I thing I resemble one of them much more than a ...
... and fishing nets draped across the front of the boat, and 2) Try and locate my rucksack which could act as a temporary float (before it got too waterlogged) and take out and fit Bardy's arm bands. We were all completely soaked through along with all our bags by the time we arrived at a quaint little sheltered beach on the North coast of Lombok. There was only one car in sight and it was the taxi the skipper had called for us. As we travelled the two-hour windy journey to ...
... my fall, but then I wasn’t falling. Erwin luckily had been following behind me quite closely knowing how tired I had become and pushed me back upwards giving me the chance to grab hold and steady myself against the rocks. Needless to say by the time I made it up the rock climb my heart was racing and my body trembling. I sat down and before I knew it tears were streaming down my face. Wow, I was mentally, physically and after that now emotionally exhausted. ...
... we set off for Gili Meno, the next island over. The public boats left from the beach so we bought our tickets and waited to see which ones were going where. It was a very confusing system with crew shouting out where they were going and pointing at the other boats indicating (often wrongly) where they were going. No one checked our ticket, and we weren't sure if we were actually heading to Meno, but figured we’d get there one way or ...