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... I drove past mosques and water buffalo. I stopped by Black Sand Beach- which didn't have particularly black sand at all but it was nice nonetheless. And then I drove to the highest point on the island: Gunung Raya at 900m. It was a 12km road up - and from my comfy air-conditioned position at the steering wheel, I kept thinking what a great bike ride it would make! The views from the top of the whole island were spectacular. The clouds moved in and out around ...
... we didn't bring any tools, so we used the pans and lids as plates, the bottom part of an empty bottle as a cup, and had to eat with our hands (I like!). Before we went to sleep, our guide was kind enough to show us all the insects and reptiles living in and around the cave...(spiders, crickets, geckos, cockroaches, bats, millepedes, toads and many more and apparently rats and porcupines come out in the night as well) and he told us not to sleep with our mouth ...
... them to make them more self sufficient, which I liked as not many tour operators are environmentally concerned, only financially. After that extravaganza, we had lunch and then headed to a beach. We were wearing our cozzies underneath our clothes, and the beach was secluded and looking like it should be on a postcard. Nath and I were the only swimmers (and I use the term swimmer loosely when it comes to me!) so we had a splash about while the others stood on the beach. There was a little ...
Telaga Tujuh waterfall. The top pool was barely a dribble but
following it down a little we heard a group of locals splashing and
laughing. Using the smooth wet rock as a slide they were running and
jumping in, so we joined them. We stopped off on the way back at the
main tourist stretch on the west side of the island to enjoy the
local shops and a 'plastic chair' restaurant – if it has plastic
chairs the price will be very reasonable!
Next morning ...