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... local area a bit. With scooters kindly arranged by Eugene we took ourselves off
to find the waterfalls, and only later found out that the instructions we had
for the waterfalls were not in fact for waterfalls, but for a water palace –
but we didn’t mind, the ride itself was good enough for us. It’s hard to
describe the vivid colours of green here, they are blazing with tropical green
hues and almost sparkle as the crops are watered by the ...
... this time!
Our guide arrives and off we go ......there are about 150 steps downwards to the first waterfall. The weather is glorious and the scenery stunning. There are quite a lot of people at the waterfall and some are enjoying standing under the falls! We don't! We then take the path towards the next waterfalls. This is all up hill, mostly via steps. We arrive at some streams which we need to paddle through, and it's quite deep in places ...
... morning. Saw what looks like a big bell on the ocean floor while I was snorkeling and also discovered a whole sculpture intact of a girl holding an offering basket (there was coral growing in the basket) very detailed and the pedestal showed two dolphins. Off to the left of the “bell” there was another “wreck” of something. All kinds of square “frames”; I don’t know if if they were part of the bell & ...
... for 24 hours before gradually getting back into island life. We never worked out what made either of us ill - but narrowed in down to a few different spicy seafood dishes or any number of the happy hour cocktails. Towards the end of our Gili adventure, Gem and Jessie buddied up for a fantastic scuba dive at a site called Turtle Heaven. Neil also joined them and was buddied with a friendly Russian chap with a difficult to pronounce name. The dive lived up to its name ...
... sleep on. But the view is amazing towards the water. Everything behind is dry, hot and dusty. Barely any greens. Bicycles and tiny horsecarts are the only wheeled way of transport. There are some singing birds here though! Unlike in Bali I was woken up to some peeping, which was nice for a change. We all rose at 6 am, watched the sunset and I was more or less forced into yoga after a short ...