Mimpi Resort Tulamben
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... only 30 metres from the beach, so are very accessible. One is a US transport ship and the other a Japanese ship, both sunk during fighting in the Second World War. The wrecks used to lie further out to sea, but were washed towards the beaches in the 1960's after Agung erupted.
The US wreck was just a short walk from our accommodation, but the Japanese wreck was a short scooter ride ...
Arrived on Gili Trawangan and won't be doing much except sleep sunbath and go out in the evenings! No culture here. Only here for three days luckily! Think Malia or somewhere along those lines but full of Aussies! Went snorkelling on our first day, paid to be taken out on a boat. It was absolutely amazing! We saw so many colourful fish, and two sea turtles! Coral reefs everywhere and the clearest blue waters I've ever swam ...
After Kuta we decided to head to the Gili Islands for a few days. We managed to get a deal through our hostel which included the boat and transfers either side which was a bonus. We weren't sure how long it was going to take to get there, but it turned out we got a good deal with the fast ferry that took 1hr 45min after speaking to a fellow traveller Lo who's boat took 4hrs! Arriving in Gili T we could see white sand and turquoise waters, beautiful! We pulled into shore and all had ...
... to the visibility. Not sure if it is because of he colour of the sand (dark brown), or the water being dirty but we hardly saw anything. The sea is very rough on that side of the island and the sun wasn't shining very much. So we didn't stay long and got part of our money back from the lady that rented our equipment.
... strawberry milkshake fresh shakes and fresh fruit juices are so cheap and accessible in Asia it's something I will really miss at home! at about 4 we walked to the famous sunset beach, which took about half an hour to get to. Opposite the sunset beach there are bungalows called exile which is another accommodation the boys recommended but we decided against as you need bikes to get into the main area of the island but it looks so beautiful and there's a lovely ...