Bale Sampan Bungalows
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... foreground it was a beautiful sunset, of which Karen and Hannah only took around 100 photos. Ange came round to join us and we headed to Casa Vintage, a Jamaican place recommended to us by the owners of Woodstock – they only did 2 meals, both of which were fantastic, so we enjoyed some jerk chicken and cous cous and chilled out over another few beers, before a somewhat swervy bike ride home trying to avoid the all the drunken zombies on the ...
... such as glass-bottom snorkelling trips to the other Gilis. I was hoping for more beach time than I've gotten...the weather has been average, and after circumnavigating the (7km-around) island, I discovered that the coral beds out to sea don't really provide for particularly nice sun baking or swimming opportunities. Overall, the island isn't exactly what I expected (I thought it would be more developed, but I have expected that in Bali generally), but I've enjoyed it. After ...
... a long walk but it was really worth it. The trip to the waterfalls however took such a long time that at some stage it was really dark and the traffic was really crazy.
The next day we wanted to visit another place on Lombok but while we were driving we all lost each other and eventually this was a very bad day for me. A guy cut me off on the road and automatically I used the front brake and I fell on my ...
... that we did felt like a constant ride on the dodgems... the kind of dodgem ride when you keep on being hit head on by that annoying grinning kid. GO AWAY. I tried sleeping... ended up doing so with one eye open watching the waves... like a pirate. Oh wow, I'd make a tragic pirate. I'd be made to walk the plank first day on the job for being so ****. Every time I went to take a sip of water, the bottle would crash into my mouth... so basically ...
... trekked a larger mountain before and as a result set off almost jogging. Stupidly I tried to keep up at first, but then with only thirty minutes under my belt and my lungs already burning I said screw it and set my own pace with the guide. I have to admit at that point though the thoughts “What was I thinking!” entered my mind on repeat. Am I actually going to go through with this? For one normally five months before gearing up to my other big climbs ...