The Beach Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We have said goodby to Gili Trawangan, and a wonderful and relaxing 8 day stay there. Staying in one place for more than a few days gives you the opportunity to 'get to know' people a little bit better, and that certainly was the case on Gili T. We met our new good friends Lois and Nikki, and got to know the staff and the owners at the …
... minutes after our agreed arrival time we were still traveling and the town had long become a lonely track through desolate jungle. With probably our first bad feeling of the trip we turned around and rudely left our would be guide driving around the next bend into the distance. We returned to a Facebook apology from Aidy, we were almost sure we would have been treated to local lunch with his family but I didn't think it worth the risk, at least not with Emma on the ...
... east and west side. As the sun slowly set behind the cliffs, producing a dazzling array of colours in the sky, we strolled along the bay, exploring the cliffs and watching the monkeys playing at the water’s edge.
The following day, our last on Lombok, we rented a scooter and drove 20 minutes round the coast to another, smaller beach. The way there took us over winding and steep coastal roads, great for driving on and providing fantastic views ...
... to it. Someone even wrote, "Sorry we burned down the White House." The hostel only played Canadian music all day - I always forget how many awesome bands come from Canada. We started playing beer pong at noon (a bad decision but we had to represent), and by mid-afternoon we were covered in Canadian paraphernalia. The funny thing about Canadians is that we ALWAYS have flags on our backpacks and a few extras in our bags. It was pretty easy to ...
Aka Rinjani Trek
By Melinda Kiss
Anyone going to Lombok with a bit of taste for adventure and *some* fitness shouldn't go past a trek up Mt Rinjani.
From Lonely Planet:
“Lording over the northern half of Lombok, 3726m Gunung Rinjani is Indonesia’s second-tallest volcano. It’s an astonishing peak, and sacred to Hindus and Sasaks who make pilgrimages to the summit and lake to leave offerings for the gods. ...