Jayakarta Lombok Beach Resort & Spa
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... When we arrived at our accommodation, having splashed out a little more for Christmas, we were happy to find it in its own grounds filled with greenery, a lovely pool area and quaint chalet/bungalow rooms. We checked in and made our way to our room - one of the newer builds set just behind those over looking the pool. The room itself was really nice but lacked some of the items described on the booking - minibar, toiletries, cable television (there was only two channels). We ...
... at Kuta Lombok. We wasn't certain what to expect in Kuta Lombok but we had heard good things. When we arrived though One thing was for sure this was the polar opposite to Kuta Bali. And that's a good thing! A very good thing!. Kuta was literally a dusty road with a lot of bamboo shacks mostly consisting of little local shops, the odd restaurant, surf shacks and warungs which are small family run food places that are pretty ...
... Pearl but it was so hot that I spent a lot of the time in the shade from the umbrella. At this point I'm starting to get annoyed I can't go in the sea or a pool with my tattoo just yet! Just like in Bali too there doesn't seem to be many solo travellers here but I'm wondering whether I just didn't meet any because I'm not staying in a hostel but with it being so cheap there was no need to really. I spent the evenings having drinks a long the beach front ...
... as quickly as they had arrived into the vast unknown. After a minute or so I heard a shout, I turned around quickly to see a huge manta ray about 2 meters away! It was a hell of a shock but an amazing one. We saw 3 more manta rays swimming deep beneath us then got back on the boat. A bit further on we saw more manta rays, this time Lucy got in as well. We saw at least 5 mantas, swimming slowly and gracefully, what an experience that was, to be so close to something so big in the sea, ...
... volcano is a caldera, which is filled partially by the crater lake known as Segara Anak or Anak Laut (Child of the Sea) due to the blue color of the water. The entire trip will last for 3 days, and will also guide me through the jungle where hopefully I will be able to encounter wild orangutan. With a group of 10 people, 2 professional guides and some local porters we will head up through the national park. As there are no hotels or any civilization on the way up, we will ...