Segare Anak Bungalows & Restaurant
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... traveled at the speed of light, cutting through the water smoothly. At one point I glimsped something in one of the trees but my calls fell on death ears as we continued at a ferocious pace. I wondered what madness had taken hold of our driver, but once we got further down the river he finally slowed down. Down river we cruised; the search had begun.
Having done a similar trip in Thailand I immediately placed my faith in our guide. Their time in the jungle had given them a ...
... the gamelan has started to play and the masks and headdresses of the first characters, the storytellers, are handed down by two pemangku’s (temple priests) to the actors who receive them devoutly.
Men that dance this sacred Wayang Wong are not necessarily good dancers. Here the real "Olympic" spirit prevails: Participation is more important than excellence. You just list ...
... on surfing here so the next day we went to the beach and there were so many people surfing as the waves were really big! The weather was really hot, the beach was nice but very very busy - it was abit too overcrowded for my liking and every 2 minutes you have the locals coming up to you trying to sell you **** - I even got offered to buy a bow and arrow?! What would I possibly do with that?? Haha!! That evening we decided to go out drinking since we've been so boring the ...
... in that queue for an hour and half. Obviously by the time we got through, the baggage carousels no longer listed our flight so we had no idea which carousel our bags would be on. After hunting down another member of staff we discovered they had been taken off and placed to the side. A couple of porters then took our bags to the other side of the room where we filled out a customs card...they then asked to paid US$10 for this favour...clearly they weren't going to ...
By Melinda Kiss
My diligently set 5am alarm as usual didn't account for 'Indonesia pace' which generally mean that aside from the Muezzin (Muslim priest...prayers around 4am) and his followers, no one was awake yet. Certainly no major hustle to leave the base on time. Banana pancakes all round,tea coffee. And a magnificent sunrise as Rinjani came into view.
After starting up the hill around 6.30am, our day consisted of a solid 7 ...