MannaKebun Villas & Resort
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We were picked up at 8.30 to go to Bangsol to catch a public boat to Gili Air.
All of the agencies in Senggigi advertised the price of 75,000 per person (£5.00) for a car and ferry. The driver to Bangsol took about 30 minutes and then the driver went to the ticket desk to buy the tickets, we noticed they were only 8,000 rupiah …
We were in Bali a total of 6 days, taking in the buzz and culture of the island as well as tasting the great food and swimming in the gorgeous coral seas of the East coast. Balinese people were really friendly although we were easy targets for touts and tipping early on! Having just come through visa immigration checks three seemingly very helpful porters helped us with our luggage only to demand a tip after escorting us a mere 20m to ...
Well we had an early start this morning left the hotel in kuta at 6.40am to make the short boat trip across to the Gili's. We decided to start off in Gili T, then go on from there to Gili Air and eventually over to Lombok. After a few hours of a slow but bumpy bus ride we arrived in Panang Bai which is where we were going to catch the fast boat over to Gili T. The boat ride was quite adventurous, the boat had 8 engines 300 horse power each, so as you can imagine, we were ...
An early start from Senggigi meant a much reduced traffic flow across to the port at Lemban but delays meant that I just missed the 8 am ferry to Bali so hung around waiting for the 9 am, all good. First on the ferry and tied my bike to some fixtures with rope I had purchased for this purpose yesterday, then waited for the ferry to fill up. To my great suprise we departed almost at 9 with only two trucks about 20 motor scooters, and me. Looked like a good day for the 4 hr ...
... very Jet Li monk like style for his future fisticuffs but his island g'friend didn't approve so he had to wear a pink headscarf she gave him....very macho.
Lots of great snorkeling watching shoals of fish, tiny octopii, miniature hermit crabs, small sea snakes, and millions of spidery starfish.
It was our first stop in Lombok and we were blown away by the hospitality of the people there. We arrived early and they had a villa waiting for us.
The villa was spacious and clean. It was also decorated with fresh flowers. The pool was clean and refreshing. Food was good and reasonably priced too!
Everywhere you walked in the villa, you were greeted by the staff with a smile and a 'Good Morning/Afternoon'. Your needs were well tended to.
I would definitely stay in MannaKebun again at my next visit to Lombok!
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