Gazebo Beach Hotel
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... the original Bali) that you can visit as a 'living museum'. One of the main attractions is the double ikat 'geringsing' cloth woven by the ladies of the village. To enter you have to pay a donation which we thought was a bit cheeky seeing as we hadn't even seen anything yet! The walk through the village was really interesting; you can see how the people live, their temples, typical architecture and even a few pink dyed cockerels! A few of their ancient traditions ...
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... time we passed and I hoped we could find a more official vender and it all looked like cheap tat. I normally avoid expensive stores in favour of skilled street traders and locals. The top floor of the mall had a traditional Indonesian souvenirs and jewellery shop. There were loads of really nice ornaments, pictures and stuff and enough jewellery to keep Jane entertained for ages. Souvenirs bought, we had ...
... the night and he could let us have it for a steal. We took one look at the place and stole it. It was stunning with a four poster bed and a view to die for... Though we only had it for one night it was a pleasure. On top of that, who should we run into in Nusa but our friends Kyle and Mandi! Apparently Lombok wasn't all it was cracked up to be and they fled south to dive with the Mola Mola as well. Great minds and all that...
Jaye Hayes ...