Medana Resort Lombok
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... 6am ferry left. But the real fun came when we arrived in Bali an hour later - we were on a 1pm deadline to get to the hotel in Lovina for a collective journey to the local immigration office for visa extensions. And the clocks moved forward an hour. Powered by a bit of U2 and Pink, I had the best 2.5 hour time trial of my life - no time for coke or nature stops, but the happy rush of arriving 20 minutes ahead of the deadline. It was a nice little test of how my cycling has ...
... legs behind us, not doing very much at all other than completing four dives more than planned. The camera has moaned and clicked and eventually succumbed, a new lens will be needed in Singapore. I'd say it's done well but it hasn't, we've really looked after it and a new lens will be around £200, putting a big dent in our budget. For now pictures will be courtesy of iPad (and Emma). Pauline's been in touch, she's made it to Bali but has no idea where she is, planning ahead success. ...
I was expecting Smita to arrive at 11pm Monday night however due to her flight being delayed to Jakarta she missed her connecting flight to Bali. After spending an uncomfortable night in the airport she caught at 4am flight and I met her at the airport at 7am the following day. We took the first day pretty easy, wandering round the shops, walking along the beach, stopping for a swim and to jump the waves and chilling by our hotel pool. Smita crashed out by this point so ...
... The next room was a little further back and was close to the mosque, typical as Ramadan had just started so they sung through the night and morning.. Waking us up.. Oh well we still managed to get okay sleep for a couple of nights. The next 2 days was much of the same beach and snorkelling, we did a day tour around the 3 islands stoping at snorkelling points and another ...
AMAZING!!!!! The photos will tell our story.
Here is some info about the volcano:
Mount Rinjani is an active volcano in Indonesia on the island of Lombok. It rises to 3,726 metres (12,224 ft), making it the second highest volcano in Indonesia.
On the top of the volcano is a 6-by-8.5-km (3.7 by 5.3 mi) caldera, which is filled partially by the crater lake known as Segara Anak or Anak Laut (Child of the Sea) due to blue color of water lake as Laut (Sea). ...