Mimpi Resort Tulamben
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... up on the notes while at the table. So, we were mostly silent until the food arrived. We chatted up at we ate, and later she returned to her books while I was on the internet. At nine, she decided to her school. We decided that I would drop by her school at noon, so that we don't have the miscommunication that we had yesterday. As I said "stay safe" to her, I realized that I have actually started caring about her. I decided to walk around the island in ...
... the day before. We then walked down to mushroom beach, and had a stroll up and down it! We got back to the hotel and had some lunch and got back to the pool. In the evening we walked back down and went for a cocktail at one of the bars. The first place we went to was very nice but was also quite expensive adding a 21% service charge! Which is unheard of on the backpacker circle of trust!! We moved onto the next place very swiftly and before they could charge us ...
... I joined with Fi and Sarah for an amazing breakfast at their posh hotel and of course one last swim before waving them off before their Christmas in OZ. I happened to bump into Hannah and Mytra for another hug and goodbye to them before they move on to other areas of Indonesia. I returned to my hostel feeling slightly alone and sad, for a sleep full of crazy dreams.
I found a local cafe opposite the hostel for a super cheap meal which was so tasty but so spicy that ...
... 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 ...
... offering you accommodation, transport etc. One guy literally took a ticket from our hand and head towards the his 'taxi' (one live horse-powered) trying to convince us that the transfer point is far away and we need a transportation there. Knowing Asia and its usual tricks we took a ticket of his hand and marched straight to the harbor master office where we were explained that the transfer point is 2 minutes walk. Upon arriving in Senggigi ...