Alam Asmara Dive Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Turns out it's not right next to Bayan as the route description had indicated. Turns out it's up a massive hill, in fact it's pretty much the base camp for climbing Gunung Rinjani, the highest volcano on the island. By now the sun had been overhead for about four hours, more than our northern hemisphere bodies could cope with. Steve was fairing slightly better but it was touch and go as to whether I would even manage to stagger and push my bike ...
... is Bali’s largest and most important place of worship. We parked in a large parking lot at the bottom of the hill leading to the entrance to the temple. Ketut had warned us not to over pay our “donation” to enter the temple. Instead of a fixed fee the men hosting tourists have a log book which includes the visitor’s nationality and donation amount. It is hard to say if they “cook” the donation log but in our case we “donated” ...
... valley it was the best thing that I saw that gave me the 'wow' factor. I do not know if my description does this any justice but you will see what I mean by the photo's.
After spending an hour gazing at the 'Water Palace' we headed off to the "Secret Beach" (Pasir Putih or Perasi Beach) which both Jules and I gathered was not such 'a secret'..lol. After paying a small entrance fee we headed down a really rough road which did my back no good at all and sure enough as ...
... my back and my electronics bouncing on my thigh in a sachel bag. Needless to say I stood out like a sore thumb walking the streets at night. It was this however that landed me my cute and well price guest house and a free bike ride the rest of the way to boot. I seriously have gotten lucky with locals asking if I need a place to stay and bringing me to hidden gems not mentioned in any guide book. (Maybe I really should consider my dream of making my ...
... east, including Komodo and Flores. We originally gave ourselves a week to see Lombok, figuring that was enough time to get things sorted once we arrived, and booked just the first two nights on the island in Senggigi, the de facto capital. However, once we arrived in Gili T we realised that: (1) we don’t have the kit to hike Mt. Ranjani – we sent all our hiking stuff back to the UK from Hong Kong; (2) we don’t ...