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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSamba Villas Gili Trawangan
A perfect base with clinically polite staff.
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Travel Blogs from Gili Trawangan
... walked north along the beach away from the harbour which took us to a stretch of beach less commercialised were we spent the afternoon relaxing on the beach and in the clear waters. The bar we were in embraced the Christmas spirit, out of a tree up whilst we were sat on the loungers but it was terrible decorated! With the evening drawing in we headed back towards our accommodation and treated ourselves to some gelato en route - something neither of us could remember trying. The ...
... right away. We took a shuttle to Candidasa and found a nice restaurant with a band singing American Rock songs. The Indonesian singer was really good! We got nice local food and danced a bit.
The next day, we took a boat to go to Gili Air. Ghita woke up a with a cold, probably exhausted from all the travelling. We went to Padang Bai, which was 30 minutes away, to take the fast boat to the island. The boat ride was really nice, especially since we could hang out on ...
Goodbye to Gili T I'm back at Scallywags on Gili Trewagan for a fifth and final night. The day has been clear and as I sip my fresh coconut, a full moon illuminates the sky, though a white most rises over Lombok in the distance. My goal for tomorrow is to actually wake up in time to walk the few short metres from my eastern-facing accommodation at The Yoga Garden to witness the sunrise. I shoulda/woulda/coulda done this any of the other mornings, but after a month of the alarm ...
... also went at intervals to make offerings at the prayer spot in the hotel gardens. It was all very inspiring. The other side benefits of being on a Hindu island are no 4am call to prayer alarm and bacon for breakfast! An usual, but striking, feature of Ubud was the sidewalks. Most of them are tiled, and some of the pathways have ornate mosaic-type work near the market areas. However, just below these tiled sidewalk panels appears to be either the local mini-canal or sewer. Every ...
... of not even close and our three day two night group of twelve jumped in, our bags jumped on the roof. A bolt kept the bent door closed while a rope kept the backpacks from jumping off; the seats were broken to a reclining degree. It's a three hour drive to Senbbalum, half of which is the steep inclines at the foot of the mountain, half of which needed a run up. We coasted backwards, only at the really steep bits, to see we'd sprung a leak - oil and not brake fluid we hoped, and ...