Pondok Santi Estate
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... then jumped back on board to zoom off again. Over the blue we went, looking up at the sun, checking out the glass bottom of the boat, and just loving the wind in our hair. We jumped in to the water just off Gili Aire, where we fed the fish some bread and enjoyed some of the reef growing on the ruins of old fishing boats.
We went to Gili Aire for lunch, where ...
Arriving to Lombok, we stepped off the ferry from Padang Bai and kept our eyes and ears open- we didn't know how we were going to do it but we quite fancied heading south to Kuta. Yep, another town called Kuta, distinguishable from the one in Bali by referring to it as ‘Kuta Lombok' (brilliant!). It was meant to be a cool, chilled out surf town with less hustle and bustle than most of Bali and a more authentic Indonesian vibe. We're surfers now so that all sounded good to ...
... where to watch the sunset from, and we decided to go down again. I am glad we did. As we watched along the beach, the first thing we saw was, across the sea, Mount Agung rising majestically. The clouds where at its shoulder, and its head was up and above, completely clear. It had a mysterious look about it. The sun was coming down the right side of the mountain, so a sunset view would include both the sun and the volcano. Beautiful! Then, we heard the sound ...
... midday we arrived in the northwest of Lombok island at the harbour, where our taxi took us a beautiful 90 minute drive through the mountainous North of Lombok to a small village called Senaru. 600m above sea level and on a steep slope due to its proximity to the mountains, we soon realise there is not much to do here as we ponder our next few days over lunch at a guesthouse with the ...
After 2 nights in the small, colder village of Kedisan we decided to head south again and return to sunny beaches. After an overnight stop in Padang Bai, a small coastal town with a disappointingly dirty beach, we jumped on a speed boat to Gili Trawangan, about an hour's ride from the mainland. The island had no motorised vehicles so taxis consisted of horse drawn carriages and here ...