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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... on our bikes and went for a ride around the Island before we found a place to relax on the beach and sunbath on the sunbeds. After a little while we wanted to do some snorkelling so we went and rented some for 50,000rp. We didn't stay out too long because the coral was dead and there wasn't much to see plus the mask were very uncomfortable. We noticed that today ...
... flag down a horse and cart (literally)... a cart... not even carriage.... and so we made it back to town, demanding a refund for the horse and cart from the hotel ha. The hotel itself was really nice, loads of little bungalows set in lush gardens, only a few minutes walk from the beach. We had a huge family room with SUCH nice seating areas outside... like a dining table and a whole bed type with cushions. Best place for naps. After settling in and checking out the beach ...
Although we had both taken the PADI Open Water Diving Course almost two decades ago at home in landlocked central Canada, back then we did not have the travel opportunities necessary to apply those skills, and they were subsequently abandoned. The idea to retake the course came to us last year, as we now seem to be often travelling to areas that feature world class dive sites. So we did our research just before leaving the Gilli Islands, and returned to take the ...
Decided to get up bright and early and go for an 8am snorkel off the north coast to try and see some turtles, but alas they must be elsewhere for the day as we didn't see any. The current was pretty strong, and after Luke took a sea urchin to the foot yesterday (not a stingy one thank goodness, he had to hack the spikes out as best he could and then just leave the other ones for nature to takes its course) we were a little ...
... across to Lombok rather than the ferry. One even went so far as to tell us the ferry didn't take bikes! Judging from the semi submerged specimens of boats littering the shore line and subsequent account of sardine like travel aboard the fast boats, we were quite glad we took the ferry. It cost a mere 65,000 IDRs each and sitting on the top under the shade in the breeze was a nice way to pass four hours in the middle of the day. Getting into Lembar saw ...