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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we’d probably want to stay more than thirty days so went for it- we happened to have EXACTLY seventy dollars in cash left between us so felt like it was a sign.
Mataram, thirty kilometres up the road from Kuta, is the largest town on Lombok and the administrative centre which houses the regional embassy. We headed out on our beat up scooter (who needs number plates and speedos anyway?!) and got our submissions in on Monday morning, complete with passports, mugshots and ...
So, yesterday, started at 7:30 when Caroline and I had decided to meet for breakfast. I came out of my room to find her sitting outside hers. She had already been on her run and looked famished. While our hotel does provide breakfast, both of us thought that it might be a good idea to go to the beach. So we headed out. We got to the place that we frequent a lot, Cafe Trawangan, and ordered food. Today was the first day of Caroline's diving instruction, and she ...
... throughout the village. It sounds like a dying whale, mixed with man whining. (This was no surprise for Tash as this occurred everyday in India for 5 weeks, but Mikayla was a bit shocked and somewhat angry, girl needs her beauty sleep) . We managed to fall back to sleep until 6:30, and then got up to chat with mom/dad. Breakfast was out on the deck by 8, and then we packed our adventure bags and headed out to conquer Gili T. Today we walked ...
... were having! We managed to roll back to our bungalow after our big night out! (I think we were in bed by 10 at the latest!) the next morning we slowly got up and went and lay in the sun. We went back down to the place we had supper for lunch and also went back to the point where we saw a pod of dolphins which was really nice. The afternoon was spent by the pool working on our tan! Another relaxed evening getting our stuff together and organising our pick up for the next ...
... fish and while hand feeding them some bread a quite larger fish (about the size of a big bream) came out of the pack and bit me ******* the finger. I wear the scar as a trophy!
Although still officially at the rear end of the Monsoon Season we really have been lucky with our activities and the only one we missed has been a morning walk to the waterfall at the base of Mt. Ranjani. But, when it rains, it really comes down hard. Our last night on ...