Sagitarius Bungalows

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

White Beach Paradise

A travel blog entry by swilson79 on Jan 23, 2015

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... a local dive shop, doing 2 fun dives. The dives were great, and we were treated to many turtles! We also made some friends at the hostel, Chehab from Egypt, and Nicolas and Lucie from France. We shared a mind expanding experience on our second night, indulging in a local delicacy on Gili T. I will leave it to you to figure that one out, but we had a fun giggly time together, and formed the beginning of some solid friendships.

On Gili T. time ...

Living island life

A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Dec 24, 2014

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Hey all from a tiny Indonesian island called Gili Trawangan... It was supposed to be my home for two weeks, the last few days as a guest and from tomorrow as a volunteer... But the owner overbooked and so has asked me to leave...

Firstly though let me tell you about Thursday when I was reunited with Fiona! It was so nice to see her, and lovely to meet her sister, Sarah too. We were staying at a really fancy hotel in Legian, with loads of room freebies, a bar in the middle ...

Second Time Around

A travel blog entry by lj.oz on Dec 15, 2014

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... the estranged couple owners the place has seen better days. Much better days. But it was cheap and had a pool. Turned out over the next five days that it had a lot more than that. We seen lace monitors, a Musang (which is an Asian palm civet or Luwak) and a nice eight inch lizard slept in our room. During our week we visited our favourite beaches and restaurants. Hermann from Riviera took us around to see his future projects. While visiting ...

One lungful of air, 12m under the ocean

A travel blog entry by mcgurt00 on Sep 24, 2014


... do you think I could get off the surface of the water? Not a chance. Anyway, much as I would have loved to have passed, I achieved what really mattered to me - diving to a depth I didn't think I was capable of.
So what can I tell you about Free Diving?
1. It turns out it's a sport, not a pastime. The objective is to stretch your limits, it's not to have a nice swim around with the pretty fish. So....I was doing it for all the wrong ...


A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Sep 20, 2014

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... gridlocked and concertinaed by a large French girl struggling in the heat on her own personal battle. We gave her some encouragement, she didn't make it all the way though. We passed when the road widened considerably. The long grass was now charred stubble and after a two hour effort the path levelled out and the cloud rolled in against the black hillside, along with the wind - a welcome relief. After an hour less than the allocated five we made it to the lake. If our camp was ...