Medana Resort Lombok
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and find him.” What are the chances! Of all people we asked, we asked his Dad.
Within minutes Jordi was located and we were invited to join them on their outside seating area, a large bamboo hut, for tea, rice snacks and a good old catch up. Funnily enough Jordi was stoned so didn’t remember much from yesterday let alone 10 years ago but was delightful and introduced us ...
... digs. Our legs were surprisingly OK. Too sore to trek down to the lake, the remainder of the group stayed at camp while we started our walk to into the crater. A very steep, switch back Cirith Ungol trail of dust and gravel descends to 2000m. Iron railings that once kept walkers safe have long fallen into the ancient lava flows. We were paired with a porter, while Kidul rested his summit weary legs and we gave him some tablets for his migraine. We made good time until several ...
... lombok island is rich in beaches, why I said it ??? because the island is surrounded by a very long coastline. from the provincial capital (lombok west) to the tip of the province (east lombok). Unlike the beaches of Bali are always filled with tourists, here you can find a private beach without fear of being disturbed by others.
Gilis island is a favorite tourist destination, ...
... a couple of Brits, Kiwis and Dutch, as well as 1 American made for talkative and entertaining company.
With our group sorted, we left our main luggage at the meeting point and packed only the clothes we would need up the mountain into a small backpack. After a short pick-up truck ride to the forest edge we began our trek of Agung Rinjani. With us we had four porters and a guide, who heroically carried the tents, sleeping mats and food for the whole ...
... and take in some the scenery with its fields of rice and tobacco. We asked to be stopped off a Hindi water temple in Mataram, Lombok’s capital, but was sad to see the amount of litter and somewhat surprised to see two bright yellow swan-shape d pedalo boats there; not what we had hoped to see, having missed the water temples in Bali. We were dropped in a coastal town/village called Kuta (not to be confused with the more notorious Kuta, Bali). Kuta was ...