The Beach Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... left my touch in the pocket of my last tent. Perfect. I loose the one thing I need to make my summit slightly easier. Luckliy I had my backup battery pack for my iPhone and was able to charge it in order to use its flashlight. Odds were already against me…awesome. So with that I closed my eyes and tried to get as much sleep as possible.
I woke with my typical annoying nervous stomach and my now raging monthly cramps (perfect timing..hence the ...
... Next day I woke up feeling good, but still wondering while eating a banana pancake for breakfast, but this time I didn't wonder why I did cry over all this such a long time after it all happened. But how in the world I couldn't hold it in until I'm back to my room? I don't know any answer to any of those questions till today but do I really need too? hmm I get to think that I guess crying is cleansing at the end of the day, and there is a reason for tears. Is it ...
... extra water).
And no matter which level of tour you choose, budget, standard or exclusive, nothing will change the fact that you need to get yourself up and down the mountain and that there are no arrangements for sanitation on the mountain...ie NO TOILETS at ALL.
But I digress, we landed in Sengiggi and immediately were underwhelmed after the prettiness of the Gillis. So Rinjani and waterfalls were to be on the agenda sooner rather than later. ...
... I had managed to catch one coming up for air. We were so proud of Millie for just jumping in and giving it a go. I have a real dislike of deep water, it freaks me out. But when we stopped on Gili Meno for lunch I decided to have a little snorkel as Ru was sleeping on the sand. I caught sight of 2 glorious turtles who seemed to playfully chase each other. Their shells are almost luminous. I followed them and was so engrossed I didn't freak out at all when I realised ...