Medana Resort Lombok
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Lombok
... 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).
... of turtles at the surface of the water popping their head out to get some fresh air ; it was such an amazing experience ! I really loved the snorkel trip so much we found some really cute hidden local restaurants that were cheap and good, which was lucky because the Gilis are generally more expensive than Bali. Our next stop is going to be Lombok ...
... previously. They were quite the chatty bunch, and we knew from the start it was going to be a good group.
Our first guide, Mr. Andy, said I looked like a soccer player named Drogba because of my mohawk, and so referred to me only as Drogba for the duration that he was with us (1 day). For some reason, whenever we would stop, he would look at me before beginning again and ask "Drogba, good?" Apparently, I looked like I was the most out of shape or something? Who knows. We ...
... beach and then release the turtles when they are 8 months old and are strong enough to look after themselves. The really nice thing about the Gili Islands is that there is no motorised traffic just horse and carts, a lot like Sark in the Channel Islands, so it is going to be a bit of a shock going back to the real world, as our next stop is Mataram, Lombok's capital. Oh and I got stung by a wasp. But Will managed to suck the venom out and probably saved my life. Or so he likes to ...
... and they were very sweet. There were only a couple of carvers working, but there were lots of little stands selling local goods. Bargaining is the way they do business, and it was amusing to see how much they were willing to negotiate! We saw some local polished stones that would be good for jewelry making and asked the price. Initially he said $50, but when we balked and started to walk away, it became $10 and $5! So of course we bought a few. After ...