Sagitarius Bungalows

Address: Gili Trawangan, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Gili Trawangan

Gili Chill

A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Dec 28, 2014

... is as chilled out as the name suggests.

The afternoon saw us grab some lunch by the beach before Hannah and Ange popped back to the hotel for a snooze and Joe, Karen and Luke went for an explore around the island (read beach beers). In the evening we managed to catch up with a lass Karen used to live with in Sydney and hasn’t seen for 6 years (she had some VERY funny stories to tell us ;) ) and the 7 of us (Amber and Michael) went out for a low-key ...

Goodbye to Gili T

A travel blog entry by underorangesky on Dec 04, 2014

... at The Yoga Garden, which is wonderful in its proximity to the boat pier (a 2-minute walk at the most), cleanliness, facilities and helpful staff. The rooms are en-suite, air-conditioned and immaculate, and I paid $65/night which includes breakfast and a big discount on the yoga classes held in their shala. They also offer free-diving. The rooms and premises are spotless, and there is a pool on site. I'd definitely stay here again and would recommend it to anyone. Scallywags ...

Kuta Lombok

A travel blog entry by msenior1990 on Oct 16, 2014

10 photos

We are fresh and recovered, a 3 night stay in the beautiful Lombok. We pitched up in a quiet resort, brand new, £5 a night. There were a few restaurants nearby which we have managed to eat at all of them for some meal or another. We had a pool, a subbed, the weather, drunk plenty of water and just chilled. The guy (with the head stitches) from kuta Bali came and met us for the last night so we rented a moped and Sarah jumped on ...

Definitely not chilly around the Gilis!

A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Sep 12, 2014

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... both Gili T and Gili Air in order to experience both sides of the Gilis. I certainly needed some chill-out time following the volcano ordeal and to rid my legs of the wretched Rinjani Hobble. On Gili T (population 800), we stayed in our first dorm room of the trip so far... a dive school/hostel. Full of young, cool, hip divers raring for the sea aboard the hostel 's BIG DUDE. Annabel took advantage of this whilst I took to the sunbeds ...

Trekking Mount Rinjani

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Aug 29, 2014

3 comments, 68 photos

... had settled into the caldera the sights were still breathtaking (well I didn’t have much breath left so…). I was really happy to have made the first day at my pace and to have not been affected by the billy goats at the front of the pack. Although it was in that moment that I realized it was just going to be me and those billy goats the rest of the way…yikes!
Not thinking about tomorrow just yet, despite seeing the long road ahead and ...