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... out completely, watching the night come while we had dinner and drinks. The sky is so clear out here and in Australia too, I just love looking up and seeing all the stars out. We went to a few bars on the island but it it wasn't as busy as it usually is because of Ramadan, but it was still packed and people were parting.
We chilled around the beach again the next day and then got the fastboat back in the afternoon. ...
... br> The Gili's are made up of three very tiny islands, known locally as Gili Trawangan, Gili Air and Gili Meno. In order to celebrate me turning 26 we decided to treat ourselves and stay in one of the plushest resorts on Gili T, which is the largest and most cosmopolitan of the three islands. Luckily this didn't make a dent in our backpackers budget as it was funded by some birthday money and a very generous travelling gift from Ross' work colleagues (thank you if you're ...
... rip us off as always but we were having none of it (as always) ohhhh noooo ; so we made a little deal and off we went on the little half broken down bus filled with locals. It took a good two hours to finally get to Senaru, maybe even longer than that. On the downside it was still raining for ages and the car had no working windscreen wipers, no one could speak English and we didn't really know when we should be getting off and my ...
... There weren’t many.
Eventually I found a small patch of beach to sit and tan.
A few people were around me. A girl that clearly identified
with a subset of travelers that annoy me was the nearest. She had her music blasting
and smoked a few joints during the day.
Seldom am I labeled “easy going”. I have an aversion to many
things that most travelers enjoy. I do not like dancing, getting wasted,
getting high, doing ...
... is friendly, laid back and infectious. It truly is beautiful with sunrises and sunsets that never disappoint. The view of Lombok and Mount Rinjani changes daily and provides a variable backdrop with constantly changing weather systems seeming to be localised to the mountain. The only fault I could find with the place is common to Bali and every beach and body of water we have encountered so far in Indonesia, the amount of plastic bottles, bags and wrappers of varying shapes and ...