Address: Gili Trawangan, 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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... away. There are no motorized vehicles, and the locals are super chilled out. Everything is in walking distance, and most people are in great spirits. I did sign up for my diving course, and enjoyed 5 adventure dives. They were fantastic, and Julie came along for the night dive, and for a wreck dive.

When not in the water, we enjoyed the yoga studio offerings, and it really felt like a perfect place to be. The evening of my last dive, ...

Living island life

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

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... swimming pool, massage, and room service if you wanted it.

As soon as we had checked in we went for lunch and then a lovely Balinese massage before returning to the hotel to make use of the pool. Sarah fell asleep instantly while me and Fi had a good catch up, a nice swim, a cocktail & mocktail and a walk on the beach. Its so much more touristy there as opposed to Sanur, so I was glad to leave... After an incredibly comfy sleep of course.

Friday morning we ...

Transcendent Moment in the Sea

A travel blog entry by skjaer on Dec 05, 2014

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... t even acknowledge in any way that I did that. He just continued doing his thing. At one point, we were just floating with the current, with me resting my hand on his back, him looking like a graceful hovercraft or flying saucer. Every now and then, we gently moved our arms or legs to guide the way the current moved us. He looked so incredibly graceful. So cool!

Then I tried touching his feet to see what they felt like (don't forget, I was with him a long ...

One lungful of air, 12m under the ocean

A travel blog entry by mcgurt00 on Sep 24, 2014


... br> 2. They take you to the middle of the ocean, drop a flat buoy in the sea which has a rope and weight under it, and let it out to 10m to start with. You then all stupidly jump in after it with a wet suit which gives you buoyancy on the surface and a weight belt which helps you stay neutrally buoyant (IE you bob about and go neither up nor down) at 10m, and helps you sink beyond 20m. You lie flat with your face in the water holding on to the buoy ...


A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Sep 20, 2014

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... Senbalum after four hours with Mount Doom behind us and warned the next unprepared group to empty their bags, grab a stick and some sugar. I shared a more reasonably priced celebratory Bintang with the Estonians who'd made it down just fifteen minutes before we had. Rinjani is a hard climb that is not for everyone however it is sold to anyone with a pocket full of a Rupiah. The trash on the mountain will ultimately be enough to slow the tourist trail and that will hopefully be enough ...