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... Air for lunch set us back a whole 12 dollars apiece. It was the best snorkelling value we have found yet with a good variety of corals and fish and we even saw around a dozen turtles! All and all a very good day.
We were talking to 2 Indonesian girls on holiday from Yogya and they were very apprehensive about their first snorkelling experience. I tried to give them some pointers but after the first two stops one of them was ...
... until I realised that I was actually relieved. I was only staying here because the bed would have been free... Of course I'll be spending a little more money to stay somewhere else but I might like the area more... So Ubud is next on the list... Muy return boat is booked and I'm leaving in the morning.
I met all of the lovely (but young) crowd from the hostel who invited me to go to the west side of the island to watch sunset, I said I'd join them but that I'd run ...
Later start this morning took the bikes up to mirage on north west of island thinking they did breakfast they didn't but the Italian place next door did full American well English for less than 10usd with the full works including Lombok coffee which is very different with a slight vanilla taste Biked back down to the dive school ...
... equalise properly on the first day, although he managed to get to 8m on the first day. I got to 7m. When he woke up the next day he had an ear infection, probably from all the diving he had been doing for his PADI, so he couldn't dive again.
Which technically means that I beat him, cos I got to 12m, which is half as far as him again! Yippee!!!
Sorry there are no photos, but they would have been pretty boring even if we had any.
... hard work...! Sap came to my rescue, feeding me a few chocolate biscuits to dry my tears... OH SAP, YOU BABE. So picture this: me, a right state, crying perched on a rock on Rinjani's summit, at 3726m.... with a chocolate biscuit in each hand. Surely a story for the grandkids!
Baz had obviously been sat at the top for a quite a while waiting for us (soz mate), however what a view he had up there! Clear blue sky (we were too slow for sunrise) and ...