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Hiking Rinjani Package

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Hiking Rinjani

Mount Rinjani is situated on the island of Lombok, a ship ride far from the world popular Bali. Everybody has known about Bali, yet few know about the shrouded treasure only somewhat east of it. Actually, Bali and Lombok have a place with a similar archipelago called the Lesser Sunda Islands in Indonesia. Mount Rinjani…

Trekking Rinjani Package

Look at! Most recent refresh of Mount Rinjani trekking bundle’s cost. Less expensive and moderate chosen Rinjani trek experience visit – Package cost incorporates all cost of in and out transport admission, trek protection, extra charge, inn settlement, climbing guide, watchman, mountain nourishments and beverages, outdoors and cooking gear and so forth. Cost of a…

Trekking Rinjani

A Mount Rinjani trekking visit isn’t for learner explorers or easygoing voyagers. Be that as it may, in case you’re prepared for an epic 3-day trip to the summit of the second most noteworthy well of lava in Indonesia, here’s all that you have to know before you go. At 3,726 meters above ocean level,…

Health Tips Episode 1: Skin Infections

Staying Healthy in Lombok Bacterial Skin Infections   Although I’ve only been coming to Indonesia and Lombok for a few years, I’ve had a few minor “health issues” that I feel worth sharing. Thankfully I’ve never had Malaria or Dengue Fever (I don’t use antimalarials, and rarely use a mosquito net), or any other dangerous…

10th January

There had been heavy rain or “hujan besar” during the night, thunder as well. My friend Natalya had woken with visions of the sky splitting open above her more than once. Myself, I slept through it, unaware; not because I am blessed with nerves of steel, but because I was blessed with being utterly knackered!…

9th January – Trail Running

God knows where the morning went – I think a large proportion of it was spent trying to do something on the Internet. The Internet connection is still marginal at best, making even the simple task of opening and replying to emails painstaking. By lunchtime the battle with the World Wide Web was taking its…

8th January – Mangku Sakti Waterfall

It’s a winding road, the one from Senaru to Sembalun. I wouldn’t say is dangerous, but you definitely have to keep your wits about you – it’s narrow in parts, and there’s often random road works with non-existent warning signs on the approach. Cars and small trucks can take up 80% of the road, which…

7th January: Back in Bayan

After the delayed arrival of a friend coming from Surabaya, I’ve finally made it back to Senaru and the office. My prolonged stay in Mataram was a tad boring, but useful at the same time. At the moment Mataram still feels more like a town than a city, but I think this will change in…

Narmada

I came to Mataram for some shopping. Stupidly I forgot most of the shops are shut on Sunday. As I’d never been to Narmada Park, I decided to hop in a cab and take a look. A very brief history! Situated roughly 10km from Mataram in the village of Lembuak, West Lombok, Narmada Park is…

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