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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... ons hotelletje en hebben we besloten om morgen lekker even een dagje niks te doen. Day 1: Lombok is great!! Nice quiet Island and also our hotel is amazing with a great view, pool and super friendly employees. We go into the little city that has grown and developed because of the upcoming tourism. A lot of bars, restaurants, souvenirs shops and tourist offices. The roads are pretty good here and the traffic is not busy so we decide to rent a bike to ride further up the North East coast ...
... for the night and headed to the beach. The beach is stunning with amazing waters, but overall I think it's a bit of a dirty island but great if you just want to spend couple days there. There really isn't anything to see, so you just sunbathe on the beach, or participate in water sports and then head out for dinner and drinks in the evening. The island is really only active where the beach is as that is where all ...
... along with some corn on the cob.
We stopped at an Irish bar to have a local rum and coke and watch the highlights of yesterday's football game between Germany and Algeria. We ended the night at a huge reggae bar that had a live (non-reggae) band playing. The Switzerland vs Argentina football game was playing on the TV, but the music was great and I had a good sing-along and dance (and maybe a few too many of the brightly coloured ...
We took a boat to Gilli T, an island off the north East coast of Bali, and it was pretty scary, the waves felt massive! Plus we has read in lonely planet about boats that have sunk in those seas so I think we were on edge anyway! But we paid a lot of money to go with a decent company an nothing really bad happened until the engines turned off and the boat stopped ...
... rip us off as always but we were having none of it (as always) ohhhh noooo ; so we made a little deal and off we went on the little half broken down bus filled with locals. It took a good two hours to finally get to Senaru, maybe even longer than that. On the downside it was still raining for ages and the car had no working windscreen wipers, no one could speak English and we didn't really know when we should be getting off and my ...