The Grand Santhi Hotel
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... island as it's less impacted by the weather on Lombok. Lombok Atmosphere - 3 Heritage - 3 Expense - 2 Entertainment - 3 Accessibility - 3 Overall - 2.8 Comments - Probably an inaccurate reflection having stayed only in Mataram and over Christmas we didn't see much of the island or even the city. Like Bali, you can explore volcanoes and beaches remote but we can't comment on that having never really left the ...
... the few feet to breakfast and enjoyed our usual omelette, banana pancake, fruit and coffee.
what will we do today..... A lot is closed due to Galungan and we actually don't plan to buy a lot here this trip. I have my sights set on shopping in Cambodia and really don't need a lot here.
After 30 years of coming to Bali and being a mad shopper......I think I have settled :) much to my husbands delight.
So we turn left and walk the short distance down to Bali Rani hotel to ...
... but the currency conversion app on an I-Phone sure make the adjustment easier until you can get it down to memory.
We set out to explore the area the next morning. We walked 10 minutes to Kuta Beach and then several miles down the black and grey volcanic sand beach. It is very crowded with tourists, surfers and people selling jewelry, sarongs, massages and tours of the island. Every 20 feet or so someone would have a cooler full of cold pop ...
... just me, and a few Balinese people heading to their field to work for the day. I walked behind some women for a bit, with bags and wood balanced on their heads and their arms hanging low with bags, later I seen them working in one of the fields. And they wore the flattened cone shaped hats, just like, you see in the pictures. I stopped on my way back at a little refreshment stand that a father had set up to try and make extra ...
... for seemingly wild animals, but to me, in this brief visit, it seemed almost the epitome of cohabitation. The monkeys were happy as humans walked through the narrow paths that wove around the gloriously old, winding trees. Meanwhile the humans were happy to walk around and be exploited for the entertainment of the monkeys for which the eponymous forrest is named. After Ubud, we continued North. And by North I mean we went due North with the ...