Alam Asmara Dive Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... each other, overlooking the sea for our Balinese massages. Eight mum opted for a personal package that included a 15 minute facial, while I stuck to the traditional massage instead. The sea was incredibly loud and relaxing and I had to stop myself from drooling twice - the therapist had the most amazing hands and technique: she was able to not only work unhappy areas, but also leave me feeling ridiculously relaxed.
After 90 minutes, we were ...
Today is the final day of our 3 day adventure of Rinjani, and appears to be the hardest yet. We are all woken up at 2am after yet another poor nights sleep, and now, still freezing cold from the winds and in pitch black, we arm ourselves with all our warm clothing and torches, before we head off for the summit half an hour later, over 1km in altitude to climb! The alleged three hour climb for sunrise can be broken ...
... plates, well nothing really, not even a spoon to stir your tea. But on advice from other people who owned units there we asked for utensils and a toaster etc which they promptly delivered.
We had a huge balcony which over looked the pool and we had a great view of the ocean. I found the furniture uncomfortable with my back the way it is but the bed was very comfortable.
We headed down to the pool for a swim and a cocktail and straight away we met ...
... as he could take us around the main sights on Lombok for £20 if we wanted him to. As the whole point of coming to Lombok was to see more of the island, we of course said yes and arranged what time to meet. The next morning Yong turned up as planned but he had been joined by his friend El. Yong was worried about his English speaking skills so thought his mate would be more help to us as although he is from Lombok, he actually lives in San Francisco so is on holiday here to ...
We finally managed to extract ourselves from Gerupuk yesterday, Thursday night passing uneventfully with neither of us having any further maladies. We have spent an amazing four days there, well and truly looked after by the family that run the Homestay there. The "slow" ferry was true to its word this time round, and I did wonder if we were ever going to depart Lembar at one point-we were on board for 45 mins before we left. This time ...