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... we didn't have enough time, a visit to the Gilli islands is a must!! Overall - Always haggle on price! Everything is a third of the price they originally offer. - Padlock your belongings and always keep valuables hidden, better to be over cautious! - Always ask for taxis to be on a meter rather than a set price. - For Tuk tuks always agree a price before setting off. - South East Asia Lonely planet guide has been a dream - definite MUST! Love to all, Ols and ...
... and his boat for 3 hours to take us snorkelling around the island. He was ace and took us everywhere we wanted to go. We left at 9am so the sea was still quite choppy but it didn't make us ill. There is loads of amazing sea life here and we were lucky to sea some dolphins too which was lovely. When we got back to the beach we headed off to a tiny island next to Lembongen which is ...
... had a few people in it, but they were all on their iPads or sleeping - it was so different than the hostel atmospheres that I've encountered so far on this trip. Oh well. I grabbed a book and my camera and headed to the beach to catch the sunset. Normally not fussed about being alone, as I wandered the familiar streets of this large southeast Asian city, I couldn't help but feel sad. It's funny how you can get so attached to the people you meet in only a few days. As I made my way ...
... flops(/thongs for us Aussies) are a distant 2nd to sandals or reef shoes. Stairs. A long way down to get to the boats. A very slow way up to return. Take your time. You can do it, take care, it's slippery. Lunch is served after your experience, a variety of foods are available. The bus trip home us all about finding a comfortable spot to sleep. The afternoon was spent at the pool bar and resting in our room. At 5:30 we had an invite to a catered ...
... started to set. My goodness. If you turned around, facing away from the water - there were three rainbows over the city. As you turned to the north, the sky was a heavy navy blue and you could see rain douse the island below. As you moved west, the sky eased into pastel colors, eventually swirling into a deep magenta around the sun. If you looked closely at the sunset, there were fascinating pockets of color. These pockets were streaks ...
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