Mainski Lembongan Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMainski Lembongan Resort Nusa Lembongan
our room was at the back of the complex where there were no lights and the moped area next to us which is also very dark... when we got back around 8pm oe evening an indonesian man had bust open our window and was in our room, we were too fr from reception to lert them and so had to deal with it ourselves, good knows what instrument he had on him to get in! other than that the rooms were ok, its in a good location. I woud ask for a room at the front of the complex! we were upgraded and given free tea and coffee, but something tells me this is not an 'uncommon' event here???
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After a few minutes checking out guesthouses I stopped at one with cute little bungalows, joined a couple of other guys in the restaurant area and ordered some food. I spent a couple of hours chilling with them before showering and a bit of a nap. Later I met one of them again (TIm from Adelaide) and had a wander around the north part of the island before stopping for some dinner. Back at our guesthouse we had a few drinks before calling it a night.
... Kuta. People always warn about the terrible local traffic and confusion, but having driven in Firenze for so many years, it really is not a big challenge to get used to it. With two days left in Kuta, and being physically tired from all the surfing I will spent today exploring some of my surroundings. I will upload some more pictures later ...
... the taxi driver was shafted! While this was all happening I was oblivious to it all and just chilling with the bags outside of the taxi.
We were heading to a place called Nusa Lembongan which is a small island east of Bali.
The public ferry over was cheap (100,000 Rp each) and was an old wooden boat with only a handful of other travellers. It wasn't really a public ferry as they had two separate boats, ...
... so we decided to eat there and move on for a drink later. Dinner was CHEAP (£6 for three courses and a couple of drinks) and relatively pleasant. We then moved to the next guesthouse and had a Bintang (Indonesia’s local beer, and also the word for star).
Our driver arrived to collect us at 8pm. It was a relatively short journey which probably had something to do with being a Sunday night. We were all tucked up in bed around 10.30pm
... about this festival. She explained that one particular Ogoh-Ogoh which had stockings, a very short skirt was significant because it represented the Western influence over the women of Bali who had previously been much more demure. We literally saw no other tourists all evening and many of the locals said hello and were keen to talk to us, if anything just to practice speaking English, but also excited to share their festival with us and send us to where ...