How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Ko-Ko-Mo Resort
TripAdvisor Reviews Ko-Ko-Mo Resort Gili Trawangan
Travel Blogs from Gili Trawangan
... looking angles – some made it into the sky, others skimmed the surface of the sea to explode under water. Fortunately we saw no accidents that night and spent the next 30 mins just people watching, drinking and taking photos – made for a very hectic and enjoyable end to the year.
We were all feeling pretty knackered by now and returned to our bikes to find 2 of them had been stolen – bugger. We couldn’t do much about it so we headed back to ...
... We only took about a dozen pictures or so. By lunch we were back in our home stay's vicinity. A few previous times up and down the road we noticed an outdoor public swimming pool. Entry was $3 which we didn't even need to pay once we bought a beer at the attached restaurant. The complex consisted of a kiddie pool with small slides on a lower level. On the upper level there was a restaurant and a few other small places to get a snack, loads of outdoor seating, ...
... summer snowflakes. The mango trees are heavy with the world’s most delectable fruit, the sea is still the same impossible shades of blue-green it has always been, and Mount Rinjani makes a spellbinding show of releasing every morning’s sunrise from behind her majestic peaks. Build all the bars and bungalows you want, but these things will never change.
Sometimes change is about taking the bad with the good, and making a conscious choice to focus on the good. ...
... did freshly squeezed veggie juices and other healthy stuff. So that was part of our daily routine for our caffeine fix.
There was also, of course, the Free Diving for which I've done a separate blog.
You can walk around the island in 90 mins, which Alex had no interest in, but I did while he was learning to dive. He was probably right. It was enjoyable enough, but it all looked pretty much the same.
The best find for ...
... people's blog accounts, to climb Rinjani. Indonesia’s second highest volcano with an elevation of 3726m. I had booked in for a three day two night trek and couldn’t have been less prepared. I didn’t have the gear, the warm clothes for the rims or the summit and well I definitely wasn’t in top shape to be putting my now travel happy body to this test. But again a sucker for pain and a challenge I was going to do it anyways! WISH ME LUCK!