Double One Villas
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... the view and setting was perfect, and it turned out there was just the one room at Miss You Homestay.
We ended up over the road and tucking into fish curry, washed down with a couple of beers, as Chris struck lucky and found a TV showing the Hungarian F1 qualifying.
It was perfect waking up to an ocean view with the sun beaming onto the veranda. The unusual man kindly prepared a pancake and a cup of Bali coffee for our breakfast. Unfortunately the coffee ...
... as it was only 25 mins away. After we had our last buffet breakfast we packed our things up, had 1 hour last bathe in the sun and headed to reception to check out. Our friend Eric host at Aston waved us farewell as we headed to the boat port on the east side on our last horse and cart. We bought our tickets for the boat and waited for 15 more passages till the boat was full and ready to leave. It ride over was bumpy and Will was in fear that the water was ...
... may get up to in Lombok over the next few days. The girls meet me back at the pool, then we cycle for a late lunch in town. After lunch we split again briefly as I go for a snorkel, before we head back to ours to get ready for sunset and dinner. We find a beautiful beach bar with big tables and wicker sofas, which is comfy with drinks and a view over Gili ...
... it’s the impact that staying in this
luxurious place and seeing our friends, or maybe it’s the Arak and wine, who
knows – probably a combination of both to be honest. The villa continues to
impress with each day, as a new detail is noted. From the Lilly pad pool from
the rear window of our bedroom, to the statue of Buddha which lazes on its side
looking out to sea. The cooling waters of the pool which we bob in and look out
to sea in the ...
... seas didn't help much. I told the kids, who were sitting one row fore on the 40-ft fiberglass boat to take note that they were sitting next to a window.
Arriving at Gili T, the party island, about half of the boat disembarked along with the sandal tote. A steady 30 knot cross wind blew steadily across the beach, making an act beach landing very difficult. The boat eventually dragged its anchor. After much screaming from the boat captain and one of the ...