Kebun Villas & Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lots of google searches, wiki pages, and blog reads later it was almost midnight and I needed to hit the sack.
6am came early and I groggily woke and suited up in my bikini for the day before enjoying my morning tea and banana pancake. At 7am sharp a local on a bike showed up to take me to my surf spot for the day. So despite being tired I was quickly woken by the cool breeze during the bike ride and the increasing excitement based on the sounds ...
... going to have lunch. More amazing food and time to say goodbye to Ernie who won't be on tomorrow. She has been a lot of fun and responded to our every whim.
The girls had a special number to prepare for Phil's birthday celebrations so we disappeared among the palms on the lawn to practice - a rewrite of Copacabana. We think we are pretty good!
Phil was keen to head down to a hotel along the beach for a drink so we headed off, letting ...
So for the last few days I've just been surfing the reef, I've also checked into a new hostel which is epic! A pool with a bridge over the top with a dive area into the deep 4 meter part. But best if all there is a 6 meter rock climbing wall along side it with a chill out area up top where there are some giant mattresses, beanbags and benches. If you fall you just go into ...
I'm not sure if I would have decided to come to Gili T on my own, but I am so glad I am here. When Dan and I met with his friend earlier in the week, he spoke about going to the Gili islands. It was definitely something that I wanted to do, but I don't know if I would have done it. It's not worth thinking about, because here I am. Paradise. We caught the morning shuttle to the jetty in Padangbai. For the two times that I've caught ...
... Balinese, Rinjani is one of three sacred mountains, along with Bali’s Agung and Java’s Bromo. Sasaks ascend throughout the year around the full moon. The mountain also has climatic significance. Its peak attracts a steady stream of swirling rain clouds, while its ash bring fertility to the island’s rice fields and tobacco crops, feeding a tapestry of paddies, fields, and cashew and mango orchards.
Inside the immense caldera, sitting 600m below the ...